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  1. It is pointed out that not all types of Nihon teiens were considered and the chosen three are all large scaled Daimyo teiens.
  2. It is pointed out that one of the purposes of having the faith in Yakushi was to receive the worldly benefit such as removing a disease or disaster, thus some of Kunitsu tsumi must have derived from the text of "Yakushi Nyorai hongan kudokukyo" (Yakushikyo Sutra).
  3. It is pointed out that some of Kunitsu tsumi were based on the belief in Yakushi Nyorai (the Healing Buddha) in the Emperor Tenmu's era.
  4. It is pointed out that some of the reasons for this are that architectural standards make it hard to build new shops, in addition to the weak motivation of aged owners of these businesses, and the lack of successors.
  5. It is pointed out that the Jomon culture was not uniform in all the regions in the Japanese archipelago, but was a collection of cultural styles representing many regional differences.
  6. It is pointed out that the South Koizumi Ruins, a large settlement in the Kofun period, scaled back because of the construction of the stage I kanga.
  7. It is pointed out that the name of the Soga clan was not a real name in that the integration of the name, Umako (馬子) and the name, Iruka (入鹿) refers to baka (馬鹿) (foolish) or in terms of the name Emishi.
  8. It is pointed out that the origin relates to the goddess Anahita, a daughter of Ahura Mazda in Zoroastrianism and Laksmi in the Indian mythology.
  9. It is pointed out that the recognition of kosa as well as the definition and classification of kosa (refer to the section of kosa in various countries) depends on the nation and the differences constitute one factor of delaying taking necessary measures.
  10. It is pointed out that the story about Hidemasa's becoming the castellan of the Nagahama-jo Castle was the same case.
  11. It is pointed out that the structure which has three volumes for Spring and Autumn would have been modeled after "Gosen Wakashu" (A later collection of selected Japanese poetry).
  12. It is pointed out that the year 673 is the following year of Jinshin War won by the Emperor Tenmu and fell on the 32nd anniversary of the death of his father, the Emperor Jomei, as well as the twelfth anniversary of the death of his mother, the Empress Saime.
  13. It is pointed out that this caused the growth of a large amount of fungi.
  14. It is pointed out that this episode formed the foundation to the exclusion of Amaterasu Omikami from kishomon (sworn oath) for a certain period in the Kanto areas because "She is the goddess who tells a lie."
  15. It is pointed out that this fact indicates that people's thinking about tumuli after the kofun period became different from that in the kofun period.
  16. It is pointed out that this neatly explains why Tsunayoshi conferred the Matsudaira name on the Yanagisawa family and treated them as siblings.
  17. It is pointed out that this sudden order might be relevant to the appointment of Yasuori WAKISAKA, who participated in the compilation of the law, as the senior councilor and to the so-called Bunkyu Reform of that time, but the particulars are still unknown.
  18. It is pointed out that whale meat is oversupplied.
  19. It is pointed out that, in case many die or are seriously injured, for example, in an accident where a Shinkansen train is overturned, it would be difficult to identify those dead or seriously injured.
  20. It is pointed out to be characterized by its extremely high burial chamber, and the tumulus is considered as a tomb of a clan with a very strong power similar to Kanjo-kofun Tumulus which is about 200 meters to the south.
  21. It is poisonous.
  22. It is popular and served all over Japan.
  23. It is popular as a gift.
  24. It is popular as a relish of curry and rice, along with Fukujinzuke (sliced vegetables pickled in soy sauce).
  25. It is popular as a snack and a gift at tourist spots (especially hot spring resorts).
  26. It is popular for its service in which miso soup is attached to its bowl for free.
  27. It is popular in most cases.
  28. It is popular in mountain villages in Nagano Prefecture, Aichi Prefecture and the Kinki region.
  29. It is popularly believed that Tsunayoshi, while having intercourse with a woman sent by Yoshiyasu YANAGISAWA, promised to give Yoshiyasu the whole province of Kai (although this was voided by Tsunayoshi's death).
  30. It is popularly believed that the name of 'Machibari (marking pin)' for sewing came from ONO no Komachi.
  31. It is popularly known as Omi-Fuji.
  32. It is popularly said that, if the tops of chigi of a shrine are cut horizontally, a female god is enshrined there, and if they are cut vertically, a male god is enshrined there.
  33. It is portrayed as a strange yokai brandishing a gohei (wooden Shinto ritual wand with a pair of white zigzag paper streamers), and it is regarded as a tsukumogami.
  34. It is portrayed as a yokai with a beak, having scrolls of sutras tied up on the both sides of the head.
  35. It is portrayed like a samurai who hold a sword ready to fight.
  36. It is positioned as 'The symbol of the country of Japan and the symbol of unity of the people in Japan' in the Constitution of Japan.
  37. It is positioned on the left end in the golden hall: Naijin.
  38. It is positioned under Jushii (Junior Fourth Rank) and above Jugoi (Junior Fifth Rank).
  39. It is possessed by Chogosonshi-ji Temple (but the original is housed at the Nara National Museum and its replica is displayed in the treasure hall of the temple).
  40. It is possible for a master to leave behind several new masters, or at his discretion not to leave a successor and bring his line to an end.
  41. It is possible that Momoe also supported Prince Oama (Emperor Tenmu) in the Jinshin War and made great achievements.
  42. It is possible that Yamato obtained information on the Tohoku region including the Tsugaru Straits during the Kofun period (tumulus period), when a number of keyhole-shaped mounds including Tsunozuka-kofun (the Tsunozuka Tumulus) in Iwate Prefecture were built in the Tohoku region.
  43. It is possible that because they knew each other, Takatane was invited by Nagauji to join the Hojo clan while he was still in Izu after the fall of the Horikoshi Kubo's house.
  44. It is possible that he was being careful in order to avoid the unnatural death which had befallen his teacher, Shigenari FURUTA.
  45. It is possible that his real mother was Nobukatsu's concubine, but was treated as the second wife after the death of the lawful wife.
  46. It is possible that in the Yayoi Period a technique existed for shooting a bow and arrow which was the original present day Wakyu (long bow with long upper half and short lower half - mentioned below) used in battle, but the details are not known.
  47. It is possible that such a dissenting theory as above was the background of Noguchino Ono-haka undergoing a restoration as the interim Mausoleum of Emperor Monmu.
  48. It is possible that the Bicchu Ueno clan was dismissed as Shugodai around this time.
  49. It is possible that the Shionomatsu clan chose to live as a local lord after the demise of Sasagawa Gosho.
  50. It is possible that the clan, which was promoted to Tadayoshi ASHIKAGA's shukuro (chief vassal) and hyojoshu (members of council of state), needed a name as a clan.
  51. It is possible that the crab is named in contrast to another crab named Heike Crab that reminds us of the Taira clan people who sank in the sea after the loss in the battle.
  52. It is possible that the manor declined under the dominance of the Toki clan who served as Mino no Kuni Shugo (provincial constable of Mino Province),
  53. It is possible that the platform usage will be fixed in terms of direction after the completion of the platform extension work between Kizu and Doshishamae, but as of now the details aren't clear (however, Platform 2 will be used for passing through).
  54. It is possible that the pronunciation of his surname may be 'RINDO.'
  55. It is possible that the said person corresponded to Moromoto NIJO who was located in Dazaifu in Chikuzen Province in those days but there also are some opinions that it was either Nobufusa MADENOKOJI or a member of the Toyota clan, the local Gozoku (local ruling family).
  56. It is possible that the strategy that the Hojo clan took to thoroughly resist the conquest effort by the Toyotomi clan brought about the outcome, different from the one for Ieyasu, the Chosokabe clan and the Shimazu clan.
  57. It is possible that they already had a primitive technique of paper making.
  58. It is possible that this account of his lineage was passed on by his birth mother.
  59. It is possible that this state of affairs was being fostered by Goshirakawa.
  60. It is possible that yoshiwara-niwaka was performed by professional entertainers such as buffoons working in the district, but at the same time yoshiwara-niwaka is likely to have been played by amateur performers.
  61. It is possible to assume the process of writing by the descriptions of both Mumyozoshi (critique of tales), which was completed at the beginning of the 13th century, and Fuyo Wakashu (collection of Japanese poems based on fictional stories), which was compiled at the end of the same century.
  62. It is possible to become a licensed Jodo sect teacher and missionary of the Jodo sect from any of the departments, because the institute is used extensively for training in Buddhist studies.
  63. It is possible to browse the book in Digital Library from the Meiji Era.
  64. It is possible to classify comics by the number of 'episode' in a work.
  65. It is possible to conclude that the descriptions were intentionally produced by the Hojo clan as a political move to soil Yoriie's image, meaning that they cannot be taken literally.
  66. It is possible to conjecture a rough meaning, but we cannot quite understand it clearly.
  67. It is possible to consider the use of tiles as far back as the prewar times, but the details can't be confirmed.
  68. It is possible to cook using a commonly available pot, but if the pot is not tightly sealed the temperature does not rise evenly, and requires a technique to cook the rice well.
  69. It is possible to describe the history of this building from kawara-mei (inscriptions on tile) or the other inscriptions found when this building which were discovered when it was dismantled and repaired.
  70. It is possible to doubt descriptions of "Chronicles of Japan" and deny the enthronement of Prince Otomo as well.
  71. It is possible to eat the noodles in the same way as the somen noodles, and 'The way Somen noodles are eaten' should be referred to for details.
  72. It is possible to find various problems over the establishment of the transcription and published books.
  73. It is possible to go as far as Toge-jizo (a Jizo statue at the pass) from Kyoto City side.
  74. It is possible to go up by one octave in both scores, but the timbre and atmosphere would become completely different.
  75. It is possible to know from "Meigetsuki" that Sadaie had profound knowledge of Yusoku-kojitsu and aspired to be a leading figure of the political arena.
  76. It is possible to make Seishu (refined sake) by filtering it after precipitation, but Doburoku is drunken before it becomes Seishu.
  77. It is possible to observe the castle from outside of the fence, without entering the museum.
  78. It is possible to offer counterarguments against above views.
  79. It is possible to presume that the SAKANOUE clan was among such people, and that their kabane had changed from atai to muraji, and then to imiki.
  80. It is possible to purchase a new card as well as recharge the card.
  81. It is possible to raise the heat up to 140 degrees or so in less than one minute in the case of a 250 ml can.
  82. It is possible to read the fifth collection only from the first letter by mawariguchi.
  83. It is possible to recover the Fukuchiyama family by effectively using the advantage that it is located in front of a station, and many senior citizens in fact use the place.
  84. It is possible to say that Sekien was the one that perfected Japanese specter art.
  85. It is possible to say that the Ii clan was literally fudai hitto (head of fudai daimyo [a daimyo in hereditary vassal to the Tokugawa family].)
  86. It is possible to say that the spreading of the word Nenbutsu corresponds to the spreading of images of the Buddha.
  87. It is possible to say that there are influences of Masamune, for the fact that there are many dishes originated from Sendai.
  88. It is possible to say that this provision was an extension of a land policy taken by the Kamakura bakufu which enhanced the right of kuikaeshi (the right of claim for return) of soryo (heir) and prohibited the donation of land to others, so as to prevent dispersion of Gokenin's shoryo.
  89. It is possible to see the scene of ujo's preparation, the place called "mawashiba" where ujo has a meeting and the scene of cleanup after ukai ended.
  90. It is possible to speculate that the second son Okimoto was able to take over Fujitaka as the head of the Hosokawa family and the governor of half of Izumi Province because Okimoto's older brother, Tadaoki HOSOKAWA, was adopted by Terutsune HOSOKAWA and took over the Oshu-Hosokawa family.
  91. It is possible to take a seminar from the spring semester of the third year, and it is not a requirement.
  92. It is possible to take the actual seminar from the fall semester of the second year, and it is not a requirement.
  93. It is possible to trace the derivation of the name to the Chinese language, however, its actual origins come from Korean, in which walleye pollack is known as 'myonte.'
  94. It is possible to understand that Sakitama and Kushitama equate to 'Betsutama and Kamitama' (a branch shrine for a deity and a memento).
  95. It is possible to walk from the temple grounds to the peak of Mt. Atago.
  96. It is possibly the dramatization in kodan storytelling that Hikozaemon's uijin (first battle) was the attack on Tsuta no Su fortress in the Battle of Nagashino.
  97. It is practiced by soaking the stems or roots of plants and cutting them in the water.
  98. It is practiced to grow fruits such as melons.
  99. It is precious material in studying Shinran's propagation activities and/or words and deeds in his later years.
  100. It is preferable to grill it with the lid on to prevent burning and cook the inside well.
  101. It is preferable to make it the day before eating the noodles.
  102. It is preferable to sit in the position the zabuton has been placed in accordance with the invititation of the host.
  103. It is preferred to slurp fast in one gulp, but it is important to learn a good speed for eating it from experience because the rice may get stuck in your throat.
  104. It is prepared by heating fatty ventral meat of whale, removing fats therefrom, and drying the resultant residue.
  105. It is prepared by soaking tososan (a mixture of several medicinal herbs) in sake with mirin (sweet sake) and sugar added, and people drink it using three types of cups: a small one, a medium-size one and a large one.
  106. It is presented as a part of a cultural activity related to cherry blossom or autumn leave viewing, as a main event in a garden (Japanese garden) or as an entirely open-air event.
  107. It is presently believed that the Shikino Mizukakinomiya was in Kaneya, Sakurai City, Nara Prefecture, and there was a stone monument called 'Remains of Emperor Sujin's Shiki no Mizukakinomiya' at Shikinomiya Gataniimasu Shrine that was purportedly built during the Taisho Era.
  108. It is presently classified as a Beppyo-jinja (special independent shrine) by the Association of Shinto Shrines.
  109. It is presently the area from the west part of Nara City to Ikoma City.
  110. It is presently the largest mass-produced product made industrially, and used massively for conventional homes such as an apartment building constructed by the Housing Corporation and for rental apartments.
  111. It is preserved in Shogo-in Temple as the temple's treasure.
  112. It is preserved in a box of gold-lacquered craft, and on its surface are the characters "清少納言枕草子 (Sei Shonagon, The Pillow Book)" in gold incrustation.
  113. It is preserved in chatsubo (a tea canister), which is also called hachatsubo (a canister for tea leaves).
  114. It is presumed she was around 70 years old when she passed away.
  115. It is presumed that Eka (746 - 805), a monk in the Tang dynasty period and who was Kukai's mentor, integrated the teachings of two scriptures into Ryokai-mandala.
  116. It is presumed that Emperor Chokei abdicated the throne to his younger brother Emperor Gokameyama during the same year, making this knowledge valuable historical material showing the activities of the Emperor with many unclear records.
  117. It is presumed that Imperial Prince Yamanobe's political group tried to win over the other political group of Imperial Princess Inoue and Imperial Prince Osabe to their own side.
  118. It is presumed that Jishazoeiryotosen was used for these priests to travel across the sea.
  119. It is presumed that Kafuka area is present day Koga County, Omi Province.
  120. It is presumed that Kume no Iratsume who exchanged tanka (Japanese poem) with Atsumi no Okimi in Manyoshu (the oldest anthology of tanka) Vol.8 was Wakame.
  121. It is presumed that MIYAKE no Iwatoko was the Director of Ise Province when the Jinshin War broke out.
  122. It is presumed that Morofusa NAKAJO, a member of Bakufu hyojoshu (an organization of bakufu employing the council system), served as its chief in Jowa era in the period of Northern and Southern courts (Japan) (late 1340's).
  123. It is presumed that Prince Oama was named after Oama as he was involved in the prince's rearing.
  124. It is presumed that Shigemori acted quietly and maneuvered behind the scenes to sooth the situation.
  125. It is presumed that Shinsho went to Tang Dynasty China and learned Kegon (the thought that virtues are correctly provided due to training and performing acts of charity) from Hozo, but since he called himself a student of Silla, another theory was that he learned Kegon Doctrine in Silla.
  126. It is presumed that Tsumue yamaguchi later became Tsuge no go (Tsuge township), Ae County, Iga Province (now Tsuge, Iga City).
  127. It is presumed that around the middle of the 6th century during the Kinmei Dynasty that the toraijin (people from overseas, especially from China and Korea, who settled in early Japan and introduced Continental culture to the Japanese) were the first to be controlled with the use of family registers.
  128. It is presumed that crops were cultivated by burn agriculture as well.
  129. It is presumed that cylindrical Haniwa were arranged circularly around the tumulus on a slope at the upper part of the tumulus.
  130. It is presumed that emissaries or guests would first wait in the tsumesyo while the sosha went to the opposing compound to report to and obtain instructions from castle officials.
  131. It is presumed that he developed the disease probably from 1117 to 1119, when he was unlikely to recover and his wife transcribed sutra and dedicated it to a temple.
  132. It is presumed that he escaped the ravages of battle because he was still an infant.
  133. It is presumed that he was once called Kazuraki no miko (Katsuragi no miko).
  134. It is presumed that he worked as a liaison between Kamakura and Kyoto playing a role of the agent in Kyoto for Kamakura bakufu, however, his contact with the Imperial Court as a close retainer of Retired Emperor Gotoba was gradually getting more intimate.
  135. It is presumed that its oldest style remains in a book which was formerly owned by To-ji Kanchi-in Temple (currently, owned by the Tenri Central Library).
  136. It is presumed that kisha was practiced from ancient times, however details are unclear.
  137. It is presumed that people who lived there in ancient times stayed close to a hibachi (charcoal brazier used for indoor heating) in a room where folding screens set up all around were encircled by curtained screens.
  138. It is presumed that reducing the weight of the whole spear was also expected to produce improvement in the accuracy rate of javelins.
  139. It is presumed that sangaku began earlier in Kyoto City and Osaka City than in Edo.
  140. It is presumed that such a problem arose because registers were established only once instead of being created on a regular basis.
  141. It is presumed that the Emperor Murakami tried to secure the future by having Takaakira be the Imperial Prince Tamehira's supervisor, while Takaakira was the first on the list between the Kujo family where Anshi (Yasuko) was born from, and Shisei Imperial family (Imperial family who were given the surname and demoted from nobility to subject).
  142. It is presumed that the Handen Shuju ho (the law of periodic reallocations of rice land) was put in force all over Japan at the same time.
  143. It is presumed that the brothers, FUJIWARA no Saneyori and Morosuke, who were in the leadership position during this period, assisted in making the future Emperor Reizei the crown prince.
  144. It is presumed that the drawings of these human figures provide information on dressing customs from the latter half of the 7th century to the first half of the 8th century.
  145. It is presumed that the kanji (Chinese characters) '義' used in his first name Yoshikage (義景) was borrowed from the first name of Yoshitoki HOJO (北条義時) who died in 1225 when Yoshikage was 15 years old.
  146. It is presumed that the marriage between Emperor Takakura and Kiyomori's daughter, TAIRA no Tokuko, was agreed upon at this time.
  147. It is presumed that the number of the Tensho naga oban minted during the period from June 1595 until March 1597 was about 30,000; and during the period from April 1598 until March 1600, 23,963 oban were minted.
  148. It is presumed that the original book title was 'Shosatsu no koto,' which is seen in an existent manuscript as naidai (the title inside the book).
  149. It is presumed that the principle image was made around the time of the reconstruction of the main hall in the late Heian period.
  150. It is presumed that the reason Shunkan was the only one not to receive a pardon when FUJIWARA no Naritsune and TAIRA no Yasuyori were pardoned was to coerce and contain Yorimori.
  151. It is presumed that the reason why Imperial Princess Asahara was forced to leave her position of Saio was to have her marry Imperial Prince Ate.
  152. It is presumed that the residence was used in the era from the latter half of the sixth century to the first half of the seventh century, and it is considered having been resided by the 'Shirakawa no Kuni no Miyatsuko' governor who followed the person buried in the Shimousazuka tumulus.
  153. It is presumed that the tumulus was constructed in the latter half of the sixth century, and it is also considered that it may be the tomb of a 'Shirakawa no Kuni no Miyatsuko' governor (the governor of the Shirakawa Province).
  154. It is presumed that the upper garment which emperors used to wear before the Emperor Saga was white.
  155. It is presumed that there is a connection between the origin of the sword and what is mentioned as the 'Ame no murakumo no mikoto' in the 'Owari Clan genealogy' and 'Tsumori Clan genealogy' in the "Sendai Kuji Hongi" (a historical Japanese text), as well as in the 'Amabe Clan genealogy.'
  156. It is presumed that this appointment was due to the Nawa clan's familiarity with trading.
  157. It is presumed that this literary work had already been accomplished by about 951.
  158. It is presumed that this person was either Hisauji's son or relative (Matsuoka-bon (one of manuscripts) possessed by Imperial Household Archives assumed the addressee was his son Harumitsu Odachi, but there are no records proving that Harumitsu called himself Kuro and therefore, he might be an another person).
  159. It is presumed that this term became commonly used after the capital was moved to Heijo.
  160. It is presumed to be the original model of the residence, to which Saio is confined, that is, the residence of Saigu.
  161. It is presumed to have been an institution that addressed a direct appeal to a senior official without going through the normal formalities as a relief measure against a judicial decision made by Hikitsukeshu (Coadjustor of the High Court).
  162. It is presumed to have been completed, with some corrections added afterwards, at the latest before the preparation of the later-mentioned Kanazawa Library book.
  163. It is presumed to have been constructed in the latter half of the sixth century, and the theory that it is the mausoleum of Kimmei Emperor and Soga no kitashihime is widely accepted among scholars.
  164. It is presumed to have been produced in Sassanian Persia.
  165. It is presumed to have been rebuilt soon after being destroyed by a fire resulting from a conflict in 1221.
  166. It is presumed to have been the Kokufu (state office) of Mutsu Province.
  167. It is price-conscious.
  168. It is principally incorrect to mean repeating somebody else's mistake.
  169. It is probable that Kunisada was a member of Sadayori's family, although their relationship is not clear.
  170. It is probable that he died this year or the next year
  171. It is probable that he took over the position from KOSE no Tokuta, who died in 658, or OTOMO no Nagatoko.
  172. It is probable that he was from the same family as Yasuaki WAKISAKA and his son Yasuharu WAKISAKA, whose birthplaces are close to him, however, their relation is not clear.
  173. It is probable that the manor was oppressed by the force of the jito (manager and lord of a manor) during the Muromachi Period.
  174. It is probable that the ruins of Shigaraki no miya (ruins designated by the nation) was the ruins of Koga-ji Temple (Koka-ji).
  175. It is probably a Kishuryuri-tan (a type of folktale in which characters such as young deities or members of the nobility overcome trials to become a god or blessed).
  176. It is probably a preferential treatment for main actors.
  177. It is probably because chazuke and kayu have higher ratios of solids than other soup dishes.
  178. It is probably difficult to seize the castle again now.
  179. It is probably one of tones that symbolizes the festivals of Japan.
  180. It is probably the Anesaki-jinja Shrine.
  181. It is probably translated the most among the works of Japanese classic literature because of its rich content, and characteristically it has been translated by many authors.
  182. It is produced by Koichi MAEDA of Kyoto Radio Caf? Co.
  183. It is produced by adding water to raw materials, grain powder such as rice and wheat, and stiffening them by kneading and spores of rhizopus or mucon existing naturally adhere to and grow on it.
  184. It is produced mainly in Toyama Prefecture.
  185. It is produced mainly in the Shikoku region, such as Awa-bancha in Tokushima Prefecture, Goishi-cha in Kochi Prefecture and Ishizuchikuro-cha in Ehime Prefecture.
  186. It is prohibited to take off the sash during the trip.
  187. It is pronounced "rau-ya" or "rao-ya" in Japanese.
  188. It is pronounced as 'gose.'
  189. It is pronounced as 'ichi Fuji, ni taka, san nasubi.'
  190. It is pronounced as OHO no Homuji in old Japanese syllabic writing.
  191. It is pronounced as Urabon.
  192. It is pronounced as matoiburi or matoimai.
  193. It is pronounced as susuharai.
  194. It is provided with a 5 m-high arch ceiling and an auditorium-like stage.
  195. It is provided with a facility for viewing Amanohashidate (a beauty spot: A long narrow land protruding into the sea).
  196. It is published as a book in the series of Heibonsha, Toyo bunko and Chuko Classics.
  197. It is published twice or three times in a month on an average, and sold by subscription or at book stores.
  198. It is publishing with photograph of major valued books as "Yomei Sosho" (Yomei Collection of Books).
  199. It is pulled strongly down from the top until the right hand ends up at the right shoulder, and the tsuru is pulled back toward behind ears.
  200. It is pure Wayo style, with a single layer Irimoya-zukuri roof.
  201. It is put on in the following order: first, one hitoe (a single layer of a kimono) is put on; next, five uchigi (ordinary kimono) are put on; next, one uchiginu (a beaten scarlet silk robe worn as a stiffener and support for the outer robes) is put on; and finally, one omoteginu is put on.
  202. It is put over a nagagi (full-length garment) or a kosode (standard sized kimono of today) for protection against the cold or as a ceremonial dress.
  203. It is questionable how the two shades of 'white' were distinguished.
  204. It is questionable whether the skill to respond to actual free offense and defense (the opponent resists, and the opponent's attack is unknown) is built solely through training in which the opponent doesn't resist and the opponent's attack is known in advance.
  205. It is quite an abnormal situation when people fight risking their lives, not just in battle, and they need to have a special determination.
  206. It is quite clear from the description in the Fushimi tenno shinki (The Diary of Emperor Fushimi), however, that the Emperor Fushimi conducted sokuikanjo and certain researchers believe that sokuikanjo began with Emperor Fushimi.
  207. It is quite different from food books written before the 16th century whose main themes were recipes and manners of ceremonial foods.
  208. It is quite different from the above-mentioned natto, which is a fermented food; ama natto is a Japanese confectionery developed in 1857 by Eitaro.
  209. It is quite difficult to find successors due to the recent decrease in geisha.
  210. It is quite difficult to pass each other around the pass, drivers have to find moderate bends, which might be a little wider, for passing.
  211. It is quite interesting that Ii, a statesman at the time of political turmoil at the end of Tokugawa Shogunate, wrote a book advocating absolute stillness during a tea ceremony, which continues to make the book attractive to people throughout the ages.
  212. It is quite ungraceful.
  213. It is quite unlikely that the political reforms were completed at a stroke at the time of the Great Reformation of the Taika Era and especially, since all of the main policies of the reforms were to have great influence on local societies, it took many years for the new institutions to penetrate nationwide.
  214. It is quite unusual that the major characters have only one name, while it is common that the same names refer to the different people in some places of the one volume.
  215. It is quoted below (ib. pp. 125-126 and an old-style kanji are changed into new-style kanji):
  216. It is raining so hard so he takes shelter from the rain under a pine tree.
  217. It is raining very hard (this point is not emphasized because of the stage set).
  218. It is ranked as a village shrine.
  219. It is ranked below Viscount.
  220. It is ranked fifth among all the stations on the Kintetsu Railways surveyed (323 stations).
  221. It is ranked second among the stations of JR West, after Osaka Station.
  222. It is ranked seventh among the stations of JR Central.
  223. It is rare among teahouses as it has two stories, and an open-plan elevated-floor room in the south of the upper floor with no walls or fittings in the bays between pillars.
  224. It is rare for a direct line of the Fujiwara clan to be maintained to the present day, and the family attends a formal banquet held the day before the Emperor's birthday every year.
  225. It is rare for jugyuzu to contain gatha (poetic verse of a scripture), and most jugyuzu consist of pictures only and contain no words.
  226. It is rare for someone to concurrently hold the position of chujo (middle captain), who served as suke (assistant director) of the Konoefu (the headquarters of the Inner Palace Guards), and shogen, (lieutenant), who also served as hangan (inspector) of the Konoefu.
  227. It is rare since the Buddha statue was made of silver.
  228. It is rare that rainfall continues for several days or localized torrential rain is observed as in baiu, but there are many cloudy or rainy days and vague weather continues sometimes for many days.
  229. It is rare that real parts of a wooden structure, which rot easily, could found in the soil in this way, and these parts are valuable sources for studies on the history of Japanese architecture.
  230. It is rare that such a successive person did not have such human resources.
  231. It is rare to get kozubukuro at stations or department stores in Kyoto City and kozubukuro is loved by many gourmets and people of taste.
  232. It is rare worldwide to report the situation of a tree point by point.
  233. It is rare, but 'unagi no gobo maki' (eel rolled with burdock root) (yawata maki in Kyoto cuisine) may also be called umaki.
  234. It is rare, but there is a circular origami paper as well.
  235. It is read 'Uchinokura no tsukasa' in Japanese.
  236. It is read as 'Hotoke mo Kirisuto mo nanimokamo hakkiri tasukete shichi muzukashi gokuro no nai yo ga kurukara mitama wo fudan ni migaite hitosuji no makoto wo toshite kureyo.' (Everything including Buddha and Christ will help clearly to make the world without any difficult troubles, so please improve your spirit constantly and keep being honest)
  237. It is read as 'MURAKUNI no Woyori' in old Japanese.
  238. It is read as 'OHOTOMO no Yasumaro' in old Japanese.
  239. It is read as 'sensho,' 'senkachi,' 'sakigachi,' 'sakikachi' and so on.
  240. It is read at the Hoon-ko, a memorial services for Shinran.
  241. It is read by means of mawariguchi (to read part by part daily).
  242. It is read gosho or gosho-go.
  243. It is read with mawariguchi from the second day.
  244. It is really just an appearance of another bakufu led by Saccho instead of (Edo) bakufu.'
  245. It is reasonable that his mentor Miki's teaching formed the style.
  246. It is reasonable to consider that ritsuryo law remained in a relative position in the context of rich operation of law in the medieval period.
  247. It is reasonable to understand that useful policies implemented in the former were succeeded by the latter and carried out under the reforms conducted by Yoshimune in succeeding years.
  248. It is recited mainly in each school of the Shingon sect.
  249. It is recited to provide eko for widely involved people, not only to give the merit of a Buddhist rite to those who hold it.
  250. It is recognized as a historical phonetic orthography in ancient times, preceding Teika Kanazukai (phonetic orthography established by FUJIWARA no Teika in the Kamakura period).
  251. It is recognized as a masterpiece of the Kyogen play of revenge, for its elaborate structure, artful inclusion of parodies of classic Kyogen plays of revenge such as "Kanadehon Chushingura" (The Treasury of Loyal Retainers), and so on.
  252. It is recognized that "Cho" for rice field provided for in this article was a land tax imposed according to the area of rice field allotted to each farmer, which was the predecessor form of Soyocho taxes imposed under the later-established Ritsuryo system.
  253. It is recognized that 'rakuichi-rakuza were begun in Azuchi by Nobunaga' but, as described above, they were actually first established by temple towns and the Rokkaku clan during the middle ages.
  254. It is recognized that the Sendai Domain was the honke, and the Uwajima Domain was bekke.
  255. It is recommendable to keep it in refrigerator.
  256. It is recommended that light Japanese black ink be used.
  257. It is recommended that the amount be written vertically and that the formal Chinese characters are used to write the numbers one (壱), two (弐), three (参), one thousand (阡), and ten thousand (萬).
  258. It is recommended that the suitable temperature of hot water be around 60 degree Celsius to steep Gyokuro.
  259. It is recommended to avoid those losing colors and odiferous (including metallic-tasting) because colors and smells are easily imparted to onigiri.
  260. It is recommended to refer to the section regarding the Western style of calculating age and '0' for a better understanding of the traditional Japanese age system.
  261. It is recommended to visit a shrine on either the 1st or the 15th or both days every month.
  262. It is reconstituted for use by adding water.
  263. It is recorded as 'Sakitatanamiike no e no Misasagi' in the list of Shoryoryo (the Bureau for managing imperial mausoleums) in "Engishiki" (an ancient book for codes and procedures on national rites and prayers), and the Imperial Household Agency analogically considers it as present Empress Jingu Mausoleum.
  264. It is recorded as one of the important cultural assets.
  265. It is recorded at the beginning of what remains of the diary that earlier parts of the diary dating back to before 1467 were destroyed in a fire during the Onin War.
  266. It is recorded how in 755, four people were appointed as sanshi in both Sakyo and Ukyo (the areas to the right and left of Heijokyo (the ancient capital), as well as in the Kawachi, Settsu and Yamashiro provinces; this was done to ensure the smooth implementation of the Handen Shujo law (a law for periodically reallocation rice land).
  267. It is recorded in "Azuma Kagami" (The Mirror of the East) that he served MINAMOTO no Sanetomo, shogun, as an attendant, and was favored by Sanetomo.
  268. It is recorded in "Azuma Kagami" (history book written around 1300, in the late Kamakura period) that MINAMOTO no Yoritomo received a long dried abalone (noshi awabi) as a tribute in 1191.
  269. It is recorded in "Chuyuki" (diary written by FUJIWARA no Munetada) and "Imakagami" (The Mirror of the Present) that the Emperor strongly intended to make Ietada assume the post of Ukone no daisho (Major Captain of the Right Division of Inner Palace Guards).
  270. It is recorded in "Honcho monzui" that in 986, Imperial Prince Kaneakira lamented because there was no seisen (pure spring) when he constructed a villa (Oguradono) at Kameyama in Saga-no and prayed to the God of Kameyama, then he could gain a spiritual spring.
  271. It is recorded in "Kokon Chomonju" (A Collection of Tales Heard, Past and Present) that his disciple Narimitsu is well known for his divine skill in painting pictures of chickens.
  272. It is recorded in "Toshogu-gojikki" that the following two poems were the last ones he composed before his death.
  273. It is recorded in 'Yadorigi' (The Ivy) that somewhere in this period, Hikaru Genji became a Buddhist priest, lived a secluded life in Sagano, and died after a few years.
  274. It is recorded in Montoku Jitsuroku (fifth of the six classical Japanese history texts) that at that time, the story of Hayanari's dutiful daughter was told in the city and she was highly praised.
  275. It is recorded in art-related materials that he once made a gift of a picture of female hermit, which was futano (double of ordinary width) in size.
  276. It is recorded in front of the gate of Koshu-ji Temple in Takaishi City, Osaka Prefecture, that Sukematsuan was transferred to the present location at Koshu-ji Temple, on a stone monument saying "AKECHI Hyuga no Kami Mitsuhide Koen no Tera."
  277. It is recorded in the documents of the Kaga domain "Ashoko On-yobanashi" that Toshiie who was known to be slender and handsome was Nobunaga's favorite and played a role of his homosexual partner when Toshiie was his page.
  278. It is recorded in the first volume of "Gunsho ruiju" (Collection of historical documents compiled by Hokiichi HANAWA).
  279. It is recorded in the official history of Tang that their thirst for knowledge in particular was so insatiable that some people from Japan sold goods bestowed by the emperor and spent all the money to buy books to take back to Japan.
  280. It is recorded in writings such as "Tosa Nikki" (Tosa Diary) and "Makura no Soshi" (The Pillow Book) that azukigayu was eaten on Koshogatsu in bygone days.
  281. It is recorded that 608,000 ryo of the total casted amount 3,809,643ryo 2bu was nibukin with low karat.
  282. It is recorded that Goro TAKANASHI and Tokitsuna TAKANASHI fought Shinkaku KOSAKA (the sixth head of the Kosaka clan, which seems to have been the Nezu clan) in northern Shinano on the Southern Court side.
  283. It is recorded that Mancio danced with Bianca Cappello, the queen of the Grand Duke of Tuscany when the envoy was invited to a ball in the Grand Duchy of Tuscany where they visited on their journey to Europe.
  284. It is recorded that Sadako's menoto (a woman who provides breast-feeding for a highborn baby) died immediately before the marriage.
  285. It is recorded that Saigyo resigned from Hokumen no Bushi due to the death of his close friend.
  286. It is recorded that Shigekuni sheltered and supported them.
  287. It is recorded that WAKE no Hiromushi devoted herself to the nursing of orphans.
  288. It is recorded that Wa (Japan) kept dispatching a numerous armies consisting of over 10, 000 soldiers.
  289. It is recorded that a book by Hirotaka YASHIRO and a book by Azumao FUKUSHIMA, who was from Adachi Country of Bushu (Musashi Province) were collated with a book by Takakiyo ONO as the main text when recording in "Gunsho ruiju"(Collection of historical documents compiled by Hokiichi HANAWA).
  290. It is recorded that although he participated in the battle at Nio-san Mountain and raised an army at Mitani-jo Castle, Kii Province in 1385, Masanori was defeated in the battle against Yoshimasa YAMANA of the Northern Court.
  291. It is recorded that between 728 and 811 the Kenbokkaishi was dispatched 14 times (one time dispatched as a Japanese envoy to Tang Dynasty China via Bokkai, and one that was a dispatch of navigators).
  292. It is recorded that he made friends with FUJIWARA no Teika and FUJIWARA no Ietaka.
  293. It is recorded that he maintained a friendship with KIYOHARA no Hidekata.
  294. It is recorded that he started performing Gosechi no mai Dance in 677? and composing poems in 685.
  295. It is recorded that he took charge of the trial of Incident of Daisaku SOMA, replacement of three provinces; the Kuwana Domain, the Oshi Domain, Shirakawa Domain during his service as roju.
  296. It is recorded that he treated patients until ten days before his death.
  297. It is recorded that he visited Sanetaka SANJONISHI for New Year's greetings in 1524, the following year, and visited residences of Hisamichi KONOE and Sanetaka SANJONISHI in 1526.
  298. It is recorded that he was accompanied by CHO Senju, the Balhae Ambassador to Japan (Nihon Koki, or Later Chronicle of Japan).
  299. It is recorded that he was in the army of Katsunaga MORI at Osaka no Jin (The Siege of Osaka) for the sake of having the same family name.
  300. It is recorded that he went to Edo twice and associated with Shibutsu OKUBO and Gozan KIKUCHI of Edo poetic circles in the last years.
  301. It is recorded that in 1135, Saigyo was assigned to the position of Hyoe no jo (Lieutenant of the Middle Palace Guards) at age 18 and, in 1137, was serving at a Hokumen no Bushi (the security police) for Emperor Toba.
  302. It is recorded that it was a hitorigami (god without gender) and never appeared in public.
  303. It is recorded that there had existed Shiokiyama (塩木山) since the latter 8th century as a form of Shoen (manor in medieval Japan) owned by big temples such as Todai-ji Temple and Saidai-ji Temple (Nara City).
  304. It is recorded that these three goddesses were worshiped by people in the Munakata region.
  305. It is recorded that they were disliked by the officers at the town magistrate offices who were engaged in investigations of crimes.
  306. It is recorded that, when visiting the Hokuriku area from the capital to preach, Rennyo Shonin (a famous priest of Jodo-shu Sect in the Muromachi period) used a road that passed this village, and made many villagers in villages along the road changed their religious sects from Shingon-shu Sect or Nichiren-shu Sect to his Jodoshin-shu Sect.
  307. It is rectangular with a width of approx. 3.6 meters and a depth of approx. 7.3 meters, approx. 3.6 meters each for the naijin and gejin.
  308. It is rectangular.
  309. It is referred as ten volumes of the Lotus Sutra, or The Lotus Sutra and Its Opening and Closing Sutras.
  310. It is referred to 'a king as a healer' or 'a king's healing miracle,' but its relationship with the presbyter-sovereignty of ancient Germany isn't clear.
  311. It is referred to as 'Kume Temple' (in different kanji characters) on the inscription on the monument beside Masuda pond which was written by Kukai, bringing speculation to the relationship with Kukai.
  312. It is referred to as 'Ryusaku no kan' ('龍作の官', post created by a dragon), due to the note 'Dragon, create a nagon!' in Shokyo (one of the five classic texts of Confucianism).
  313. It is referred to as 'Sakinotatanami no misasagi' in the "Nihonshoki" and 'Sakinotatanami' in the "Kojiki."
  314. It is referred to as 'Takasaki Daruma Market.'
  315. It is referred to as 'Zakawanosakanoe' in Kojiki.
  316. It is referred to as 'jo' (prelude) or 'naminobu' (wave section), in which koto expresses waves coming and drawing, and kokyu expresses the sound of the wind through pines with chords.
  317. It is referred to as '片岡馬坂上' in Kojiki.
  318. It is referred to as Hainanese chicken rice in Japan.
  319. It is referred to as Ju-gaku (in Chinese) from the scholarly side, and Mei-kyo or Rei-kyo from the side of philosophy.
  320. It is referred to as Sanposon because Sanpo (three treasures of Buddhism), which are Buddha, sutras and priesthood, are worshipped.
  321. It is referred to as having a total of 12 translations, meaning the existing five and the seven that are missing.
  322. It is referred to as mer du Japon, Japanisches Meer, Японское море and??? in French, German, Russian and Korean, respectively.
  323. It is referred to as one of four great picture scrolls, along with "Genji Monogatari Emaki" (Illustrated Handscroll of the Tale of Genji), "Choju Jinbutsu Giga" (Caricatures of Frolicking Birds, Animals and Humans), and "Ban Dainagon Ekotoba" (The Story of the Courtier Ban Dainagon).
  324. It is referred to as the last battle in Hoki Province in the Medieval period.
  325. It is referred to as 天麩羅 and 天婦羅 in Japanese.
  326. It is regarded as a conflict between conservatives, who complied with the relic teachings of the sect's founder Dogen, and reformists, who attached more importance to propagation among the common people.
  327. It is regarded as a food culture unique to Japan because of using a raw egg as it is and mixing the raw egg with rice, which is the staple diet.
  328. It is regarded as a one of the most conspicuous and unique plays written by CHIKAMATSU.
  329. It is regarded as a part of Nara-kaido Road or Kyo-kaido Road.
  330. It is regarded as a specialty of Oita Prefecture and is known as a common seasoning in the northern part of Kyushu.
  331. It is regarded as an incarnation of Dainichinyorai, which is the essential Buddha of Mikkyo, or an expression that shows its inner determination.
  332. It is regarded as an origin of modern local tax system in Japan.
  333. It is regarded as certain that among the yomihon group, the ryakuhon is the closest to the kataribon group because Genpei Tojoroku (a record of Genpei battles) contains a record concerning 'chuon' (mediant) and 'shoju' (lowest octave), which were equivalent to a tune of heikyoku.
  334. It is regarded as natural disasters such as lightning damage.
  335. It is regarded as representative of the town language.
  336. It is regarded as the first book illustrated by Moronobu HISHIKAWA which he signed as 'Eshi Kichibei HISHIKAWA' ('eshi' means painter).
  337. It is regarded as the principle image of Jianzhou Jurchen (建州女真族) and was identified as Manchuria (Manchus), named after Monju Bosatsu.
  338. It is regarded that Sadamasa NAITO subsequently became Shugodai until between 1505 and 1521, when he was succeeded by Kunisada NAITO.
  339. It is regarded that Sokei was the business partner of Chojiro and they produced Raku ware at the request of Rikyu.
  340. It is regarded that he was granted the right to use a character from the real name of Hideyoshi and called Hidemochi around that time.
  341. It is regarded that tanokami (deity of rice fields and harvests) returns to the mountain on this day, and the event involves actions such as children walking around beating the ground with a bunch of rice straws, and people bringing scarecrows back home to thank them for a year's work (which is called kakashi-age).
  342. It is regarded that the cloth was mainly designed to help them carry merchandise upon their heads to prevent the goods from being contaminated by hair, or to protect their hair.
  343. It is regarded that the reason for Princess Tashiraka becoming an empress to Emperor Keitai was largely due to political reasons that were to bring legitimacy to an Emperor of collateral lineage such was as her mother, Kasuga no Oiratsume no Himemiko.
  344. It is regarded that the sections of Empress Suiko and Emperor Jomei in the remaining 22nd and 23rd volumes are added to the first, and the sections from Emperor Kogyoku in the 24th volume to Emperor Tenchi in the 27th volume are added to the second.
  345. It is regarded that these characters were read as 'Himorogi' because offerings to the God had been called as 'Himorogi' at some time.
  346. It is regarded that this Hideyoshi's way of thinking deeply influenced policies against Korea for Japanese invasion of Korea.
  347. It is regarded the largest of its kind in the Orient.
  348. It is registered as Important Cultural Property under the name of "Karamono Katatsuki Chaire Meihatsuhana."
  349. It is registered as a UNESCO World Heritage Site as one of the 'Historic Monuments of Ancient Kyoto.'
  350. It is registered as a UNESCO World Heritage Site as part of the 'Historic Monuments of Ancient Kyoto.'
  351. It is registered as a cultural properties.
  352. It is registered in the UNESCO World Heritage sites as a part of the "Historic Monuments of Ancient Kyoto."
  353. It is regrettable to lose the good, old political feel of the Engi and Tenryaku periods, and how the Emperor became a believer in Buddhism implies that he was way above the Samurai who destroyed the country.
  354. It is rekiho (method of making calendars) organized by He Chengtian, an astronomer in Song (Southern Dynasty) during the period of the Northern and Southern Dynasties (China).
  355. It is relatively light-weight, and it can even go uphill.
  356. It is relatively short, running from Sanjo-dori Street to Shijo-dori Street.
  357. It is relatively uncommon for the buildings designated cultural properties by the Japanese government to be relocated and reconstructed due to the relocation of the temple to which they belong.
  358. It is released with the water and grows there, so it's becoming a problem as an alien species.
  359. It is remarkable that humorous songs which would later be models of "Nijo Kawara Rakusho" (the Lampoon at Nijo river beach) in Kenmu Restoration period were already contained.
  360. It is renowned as 'O-meibutsu' (great famous objects), which was probably the work of the Southern Sung Dynasty or the Yuan Dynasty; it was intorduced into Japan during the Sengoku period (period of warring states).
  361. It is renowned for the Kakeuma Shinji (acrobatic horseback riding festival) held on May 5 and as the birthplace of the Iris Festival.
  362. It is repeated five times from the point where he appears from suppon (a stage setting through which actors appears on a stage from a trap cellar) on the main passage through the audience until he arrives at the stage.
  363. It is repeated three times until he strikes a pose on the stage.
  364. It is reported that about 5 million people rushed to Ise in three months during the fad of okagemairi in 1830.
  365. It is reported that among Kotaiyoriai members, twenty families were given a special high rank called Omotemuki onreishu between 1736 and 1740.
  366. It is reported that he became a priest when he finished his term.
  367. It is reported that he even borrowed money from his brother to buy it.
  368. It is reported that he learned Igo in order to approach Hisamitsu SHIMADU, but this is false.
  369. It is reported that her name is also written as 男足媛 (Otarashihime).
  370. It is reported that his vassals were also fond of Kyoto culture, not purely martial arts.
  371. It is reported that many instructors were instrumental, such as Hirokazu KANAZAWA (Shotokan-ryu), who taught karate in Germany and England, and Morio HIGAONNA (Goju-ryu), who taught karate in Portugal.
  372. It is reported that on his deathbed he said, "I don't want to die."
  373. It is reported that she went to Hirano to live off Hirono, and buit Choho-ji Temple which later became a nunnery temple succeeded by the Sakanoue clan for generations (Choho-ji keizu - the genealogical table of Choho-ji Temple).
  374. It is reported that some had haori on while others did not.
  375. It is reported that the Emperor even now drives the Volkswagens type 1 once in a long while.
  376. It is reported that the Unno clan was given favorable treatment among gokenin (shogunal retainers) after Yukiuji who was highly evaluated by Yoritomo and the Hojo clan, but there were differences in subsequent pedigree records and documents.
  377. It is reported that the fermented kelp can lower the blood-cholesterol levels.
  378. It is reported that the number of jinrikisha in Tokyo Prefecture in 1876 was 25,038.
  379. It is reported that the palaces and other buildings were pillaged and destroyed by soldiers at that time.
  380. It is reported that the solicitation included thinly veiled threats like "because, after all, Aizu Matsudaira is an enemy of the emperor"; but it was absolutely ignored by the Aizu Matsudaira family.
  381. It is reported that the work was distributed widely during the reign of the Tang Dynasty.
  382. It is reported to have been founded by Gyoki in the Nara period.
  383. It is reported to have been founded by Kukai.
  384. It is reported to have been founded in 1104.
  385. It is reported to have been founded in 1278.
  386. It is reportedly made in imitation of a temple gate.
  387. It is reportedly named as this method is used when wearing jingasa (a soldier's cap).
  388. It is represented by the Kotohirabon owned by Konpira-gu Shrine.
  389. It is represented by the fact that the most typical humble people in the Edo period were called Eta (meaning much Kegare.)
  390. It is represented in the rules written in the Ryokai mandala Kongokai mandala centered around Dainichi nyorai and also in the Ryokai mandala Taizo mandara.
  391. It is reputed that Priest Jicchu of Todai-ji Temple was later appointed as the first head priest.
  392. It is reputed to be of the Yonen-ryu tea ceremony school.
  393. It is reputed to be the 'martial art of harmony' and the 'martial art in which there is no conflict.'
  394. It is required to face real swords and continue to learn key points for detecting real swords on one's own.
  395. It is required to let common people learn so that they could obtain a same academic level as other countries of the world, and for that, it is necessary to establish colleges in the major cities and elementary schools in towns and villages to provide with an education regardless of ranks and place of residence.
  396. It is residues obtained after heating backfat of pork or pork ribs and removing lard therefrom and is widely used to be eaten as is, or included as an ingredient in boiled foods, stir-fried dishes, or yakisoba (fried soba).
  397. It is resistant to cold and is excellent as a winter to early spring vegetable at the time when few green vegetables are growing.
  398. It is revealed that the god is Sarutahiko who comes from "Kunitsukami" (gods of the land) to guide Ninigi-no-mikoto and others.
  399. It is rich in a variety of nutrients including vitamin C.
  400. It is rich with nutritions such as beta-carotene, vitamin A, C and E, calcium and iron.
  401. It is ridiculous to treat him the same way as Koremori (who fled back before fighting despite the receipt of enough support),' and criticized the noble people for looking down on the samurai warriors who remained faithful to the Emperor, and a reward was given to him as directed by the Emperor.
  402. It is right that the Emperor's Birthday and tencho setsu are fundamentally the same things.
  403. It is rolled in makisu ("sushi mat", bamboo mat used in food preparation) while it is hot in order to arrange its shape.
  404. It is root of Labiatae plant.
  405. It is roughly 6cm high, 7cm across and 23cm around.
  406. It is roughly divided into three sections.
  407. It is roughly divided into two types, "Gigaku" school and "Furyu" school.
  408. It is roughly divided into unadon and unaju depending on the container used when it is served.
  409. It is rum (a sort of spirit or liqueur) according to the tax law.
  410. It is rumored behind the scenes that this is retribution for his desertion of Yorinaga's body.
  411. It is rumored that his early death was attributed to the curse of Michizane's vengeful spirit.
  412. It is run as follows in specific examples.
  413. It is run by 'Biwako Resort Hotel K. K.,' a subsidiary company of Japan Leisure Service Group Co., Ltd. based in Kyoto City.
  414. It is run by Kizakura Co., Ltd.
  415. It is run by Shochiku Co. Ltd.
  416. It is rung with a wooden bell hammer and has a heavy resonant sound.
  417. It is sacred to Amitabha Tathagata, and was founded by Emperor Uda.
  418. It is sad that 'Otoshiyori-kamizakaku' was given to the servant for making her treatment equivalent to that of Otoshiyori or Joro-Otoshiyori (the highest female servant post in O-oku) in salary and rank status.
  419. It is safe to say that humans have eaten raw meat and fish throughout their evolution, but the practice was either continued or abandoned by different groups depending on the environments in which they lived.
  420. It is safe to say that this knowledge was applied to the operation using guns which had both newly emerging characteristics and weak points and it succeeded.
  421. It is said 'Kurahashi' was named after their forefather ABE no Kurahashimaro.
  422. It is said 'he could make do with the phrase, "senryo, senryo" in any occasions ranging from gratitude, admiration, congratulation, exclamation to greetings such as hello and good-by.'
  423. It is said 'questions were resolved' through repeated Kokan (revisions).
  424. It is said 1,200 people came and it was very lively.
  425. It is said Asano replied, "I'm honored to be ordered Seppuku of all punishments."
  426. It is said Captain Kuraishi made Private Trumpet Hayashidayu KASUGA blow a trumpet to calm them down every time they got into such situations.
  427. It is said Gosaga left his will asking the Kamakura bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a Shogun) to appoint the successor to rule the cloistered government, after the government asked Omiyain about who Gosaga's intended to succeed she named Emperor Kameyama, thus it was decided that Emperor Kameyama was to rule the direct government.
  428. It is said Gosakuramachi in looked after the young Emperor well as an retired empress after the Imperial succession moved to another branch.
  429. It is said Goshirakawa had little morality, 'he will proceed to carry out his will once he decides, whether he is following regulations or not.'
  430. It is said Ieyasu put the Ii clan, which had been a pro-Imperial family for generations, in Hikone near Kyoto to protect the Imperial family in times of emergency, which suggests that the Ii family had gained the strong confidence of the Tokugawa clan.
  431. It is said Ieyasu sometimes consulted Naomasa because he was thoughtful and discreet.
  432. It is said Imperial Princess Sakahito often organized Mando e at the Todai-ji Temple and prayed for her mother, Imperial Princess Inoue and her younger brother, Imperial Prince Osabe who both had tragic deaths.
  433. It is said Naomasa and Tadakatsu were on bad terms because they were rivals and were often compared with each (according to some documents, only Tadakatsu saw Naomasa as a rival).
  434. It is said Naomasa had the strongest loyalty to Ieyasu.
  435. It is said Nikko received 'Yuiju Ichinin no Kechimyaku Sojo' (transmission of the heritage of the Law to only one person) from the founder of the Sect in accordance with Nika Sojo (documents which were believed to be addressed from Nichiren to his disciple, Nikko) in 1282.
  436. It is said Saigo was premised on the use of force rather than negotiation on the grounds of this, and it became an established theory for textbooks and the like.
  437. It is said Seiryoden (Literally "Limpid Cool Hall," an imperial summer palace) that was constructed in the end of the 16th century, was relocated and reconstructed after being granted as an Imperial gift.
  438. It is said Shimousa Province where "Katori Tadokoro Monjo" was compiled was one of those troubled areas.
  439. It is said Shiro Jiro KANZE, who was from Ise Province, is the origin of this school.
  440. It is said Tadatsugu SAKAI, Ieyasu's Hitto karo (head of the chief retainers), looked favorable on Naomasa in the same way as Ieyasu.
  441. It is said Tokiaki was innocent of this incident, and hunting down and killing Tokiaki was wrong.
  442. It is said Toshiie's voice carried so well that he could chant Japanese poetry skillfully, and Kokon Chomonju (A Collection of Tales Heard, Past and Present) written by TACHIBANA no Narisue says that his chants sometime tempted a master of Japanese dancing named O no Masakata to dance in perfect harmony.
  443. It is said Yomeigaku had a great influence on the Meiji Restoration, especially as an ideological driving force.
  444. It is said Yoshio wanted to become the Udaijin (minister of the right), by bringing down MINAMOTO no Makoto.
  445. It is said Yukichi never forgot Koan's dedication.
  446. It is said although she and Tadateru were a loving couple, they had no children.
  447. It is said both made Takumi no Kami very angry by Chiba speaking his mind plainly and Fuwa killing a person.
  448. It is said by choosing suburban beauty spots and building an imperial villa (detached palace) or a villa (country house) with gardens began around this time.
  449. It is said during the Meiji period when Guido Herman Fridolin Verbeek from the Netherlands came to know the theory of "Kyuritsu," he was surprised at the advanced level of the science in the Edo period.
  450. It is said giving up landing in Hakata, the Yuan force berthed its fleet in Shikanoshima Island.
  451. It is said he barked when he encountered unwilling things.
  452. It is said he clashed with Nobunaga, who confiscated his works of Noh.
  453. It is said he damaged his throat three times by singing too many Imayo songs.
  454. It is said he died at the age of 49 on June 3, 1615, but there is a common theory that Yukimura had many Kagemusha (body doubles), so he protected Hideyori TOYOTOMI and escaped from Osaka-jo Castle, watched the castle fall and ultimately died full of years.
  455. It is said he died at the age of 66.
  456. It is said he had a hot temper by nature.
  457. It is said he had a manly feature with big eyes and thick eyebrows.
  458. It is said he himself left for the enemy's territory with a sword and inspirited officers and soldiers under his command loudly.
  459. It is said he liked ghost stories and talking about military matters.
  460. It is said he returned to Kyoto in 1355 then shaved his head to became a priest.
  461. It is said he was Emperor Bidatsu's descendant.
  462. It is said he was a child of Ichian YOKOHAMA.
  463. It is said he was a handsome and slender man.
  464. It is said he was also called 'Hyobu cutting people down' because he was quick-tempered and served Ieyasu too strictly, often executing his vassals and not forgiving even the slightest mistake.
  465. It is said he was associated by Chikayasu MIKI (三木近安).
  466. It is said he was bald-headed.
  467. It is said he was given the childhood name of Kimyo-maru by Nobunaga because of his strange expression (kimyo) at his time of birth.
  468. It is said he was named 'Rokuson-o' when he was an Imperial member, however there was no written documents from this period.
  469. It is said he was talented in Tanka poetry, music and calligraphy.
  470. It is said his children are TAIRA no Kunika, TAIRA no Yoshikane, TAIRA no Yoshimasa (Yoshimochi), 平良?(良孫), TAIRA no Yoshifumi and 平良茂.
  471. It is said his father Iemitsu decided to make Ietsuna his successor at birth.
  472. It is said if you add a drop of sake (Japanese liquor) when double boiling, the color will not dry out and it will keep the moisture in.
  473. It is said in "Kokon Chomon ju (A Collection of Tales Heard, Past and Present)" that soon after his death, Yoshimichi appeared in Yoshitsune's dream and recited a Chinese-style poem including his regrets.
  474. It is said in "Onodera Shojo" (Onodera's letters) that when the front gate party arrived at the entrance, they kicked the door to open it.
  475. It is said in "Sendai Kujihongi (Ancient Japanese History) that she was MONONOBE no Moriya's real sister named Futohime and married to his half brother, ISONOKAMI no Nieko Omuraji and later became the mother of MONONOBE no Kamatarihime Otoji (a wife of SOGA no Umako).
  476. It is said in "Taiheiki" (The Record of the Great Peace) that Takatsune obtained notable swords called Onikiri and Onimaru when he killed Yoshisada NITTA in Fujishima.
  477. It is said in Japan that taking yuzu-yu (a yuzu citron bath) and eating Toji-gayu (winter solstice rice gruel), which is azuki-gayu (rice gruel with red beans), and pumpkins on the day prevent catching cold.
  478. It is said in the "Nihonshoki" (Chronicle of Japan) that Mukoni FUMI no Imiki Hakase and Shinkosan GEOSA no Morota were sent to Tane (Tanegashima Island) to explore the southern region on March 23, 695.
  479. It is said in the "Shoku Nihongi" (Chronicle of Japan Continued) that 'there was no peasant who did not miss him or feel sad that he was gone.'
  480. It is said in the "Shoku Nihongi" (Chronicle of Japan Continued) that Mukoni FUMI no Imiki Hakase and 8 others were dispatched to look for countries in the southern region on April 13, 699.
  481. It is said in the "Tale of Ise" and the "Tale of Yamato," that she had a love affair with ARIWARA no Narihira before she made an Imperial Consort entry into court.
  482. It is said in the "Todaijiyoroku," written during the Heian Period, that it was built by OTOMO no Yasumaro.
  483. It is said in the letter sent from Kuranosuke OISHI to Genkei TERAI (who used to be a domain doctor for Asano Takumi no Kami) on December 19 (old lunar calendar) that Kazuemon FUWA did the most impressive work.
  484. It is said in tradition that the contest of strength between Takemikazuchi no kami and Takeminakata no kami became the origin of Sumo wrestling.
  485. It is said it was Kazuko who introduced the custom to wear Kosode (Kimono with short sleeves) into the Imperial Palace, she preferred to use Karigane ya which was the house where the Korin and Kenzan OGATA brothers were born.
  486. It is said koikoku helps a mother after giving birth to milk well.
  487. It is said later, FUJIWARA no Yoshitsugu (716 to 777) restored it in the reign of Kanmu Emperor (737 to 806), but it does not match the history because Kanmu's accession to the throne was in 781 after the death of Yoshitsugu.
  488. It is said most of the finances to build the Shugakuin Imperial Villa came from the Tokugawa Shogunate as Kazuko requested.
  489. It is said not only carps but eels, crucian carps, soft-shelled turtles, salamanders, and various wild fowls used to be used to make kokusho.
  490. It is said only the first story remained at that time.
  491. It is said recently that the clan collapsed because the economy of the territories worsened due to frequent wars by his father Yoshimoto rather than because Ujimasa was 'incompetent' as was generally rumored.
  492. It is said red lacquered vessels chartered by the Edo bakufu guarded the area.
  493. It is said she became close to Tenshoin after having a meal together at Kaishu KATSU's house.
  494. It is said she died at the age of six.
  495. It is said she died from a disease or killed herself on June 9, 1593.
  496. It is said she was exceptionally beautiful.
  497. It is said tha Toyo started the tradition of placing leek from Kujo in a colander on a table on an all you can eat basis.
  498. It is said that "Emishi," the last name of SOGA no Emishi, was named after the historical background.
  499. It is said that "HASHIBA" was originally named after '羽' (Ha) from 丹羽長秀 (Nagahide NIWA) who was the senior vassal of the Oda family and after '柴' (Shiba) from 柴田勝家 (Katsuie SHIBATA).
  500. It is said that "Ichinosoku" was provided with a space of around 70 tatami mats.
  501. It is said that "Juyondai," by Takagi Shuzo, was the pioneer that was produced with such a method and for which it was clearly shown on the label that shuzo koteki mai has been used.
  502. It is said that "Nenchu-gyoji Emaki" started to be created during the Hogen era (1156-1158) led by Shinzei Nyudo (FUJIWARA no Michinori) under the mood of Dai-dairi (place of the Imperial Palace and government offices) revival and chogi (ceremony at Imperial Court) restoration.
  503. It is said that "Oshu Gosannen Ki" was written by extracting only Kotobagaki from "Gosannen Kassen Ekotoba."
  504. It is said that "Sakuteiki Gardening Book" was created at the end of the Heian period, judging by its content, which is why the theory of 'Four Gods = Mountain, river, road and lake' can only date back to the end of the Heian period.
  505. It is said that "Seishun no mon" dissatisfied the author Hiroyuki ITSUKI because of its directional issues.
  506. It is said that "Shijoryu Hochogaki" (cookbook of the Shijo school), a cook book, was written during this period.
  507. It is said that "Shimo osuzuroka"(下御鈴廊下) (second corridor) was built for emergencies like fires.
  508. It is said that "Yotsuwari-bishi" (simplified Takeda's family crest), whose pattern is a combination of four diamond shapes, was created during the Sengoku period because it was troublesome to draw "Hanabishi" on many battle flags.
  509. It is said that "loyal subject would not serve another master", I should have entered into priesthood and do as it said.'
  510. It is said that 'Ame ga Shita-shiru' (to have the meaning 'coming into power' as well) in the first line was changed from 'Ame ga Shita-naru.'
  511. It is said that 'Bizen Suribachi cannot be broken even if it is thrown,' and it dominated the market with other potteries in the Kansai region.
  512. It is said that 'Honami' derives from the fields in Fushimi which appears in waka poems, but it is not confirmed.
  513. It is said that 'Ipponba-geta' (one-tooth geta) (Takageta, tall wooden clogs) with one tooth were worn by Tengu (long-nosed goblin) and were used for ascetic practice in the mountains.
  514. It is said that 'Kami' referred to the highest, 'Suke' to a deputy, 'Jo' derived from the pronunciation of 'Jo' (丞), the third-rank official of the government body in the Tang, and 'Sakan' derived from 'sakan' (左官), which means an assistant.
  515. It is said that 'Mahito' meant the nobilities or that it is the literal translation of the caste system of Silla.
  516. It is said that 'Oyama on the ground and Togo in the sea,' in which the latter indicated Heihachiro TOGO who was also from the Satsuma clan.
  517. It is said that 'Sanada Juyushi,' famous as ninja of Yukimura SANADA, have their origin in the title of an omnibus of 'Sasuke SARUTOBI,' a book in the "Tachikawa Bunko" series, which was based on 'Sanada Sandaiki' and 'Nanba senki' and lauded throughout the world in the Taisho era.
  518. It is said that 'Sei Shonagon' denotes her as a lady of the court and that 'Sei' refers to her family name of KIYOHARA, while 'Shonagon' is the name of her relative's bureaucratic post.
  519. It is said that 'Sumi-dera' Temple was founded for a priest called Genbo in accordance with the wish of the Empress Komyo, but the exact timing of its foundation and its background are unclear since they are not written in historiography.
  520. It is said that 'Surutto KANSAI,' the magnetic train ticket, can be used in the entire area of the Kinki district (Keihanshin district- Kyoto, Osaka, Kobe area), but there are some areas--particularly within bus routes--where the card can't be used.
  521. It is said that 'iki' concerns fire fighters and 'inase' fishmongers.
  522. It is said that 'soft and rich in taste' sake could be produced, but this variety has a long stem, so it tends to lodge and is weak against blast.
  523. It is said that 'the morning is good, the afternoon is bad and the evening is excellent. However, funerals should be avoided' on tomobiki days.
  524. It is said that 1,400-1,500 elite units of Negoro shu including the castle commander Sadahito OTANI (大谷左大仁) and 4,000-5,000 noncombatants including women and children took refuge in Sengokubori-jo Castle.
  525. It is said that 18,000 persons in total lived in the facility.
  526. It is said that 3,000 soldiers of Uesugi's forces and 4,000 soldiers of Takeda's forces were killed in the battle.
  527. It is said that 30 years later, Roben was reunited with his mother, who had searched for him nationwide.
  528. It is said that 82,000 lost their lives to famine and plague in Kyoto in the first two months of 1461 alone.
  529. It is said that 9 rows are based on old-time astronomy in which heaven were considered ninefold.
  530. It is said that Akifusa was very strict to Ietsugu and when Ietsugu was being selfish or grizzled, someone would say 'Echizen-dono (Akifusa) is coming' and Ietsugu soon became well-behaved.
  531. It is said that Akinari UEDA was enlightened by the originality of Teisho's yomihon and authored "Ugetsu Monogatari."
  532. It is said that Alain DUCASSE and Michel BRAS, each a French chef, visited this restaurant and showed considerable interest in the cuisine.
  533. It is said that Amaterasu Omikami later granted the mirror to her grandson Ninigi-no-mikoto.
  534. It is said that Amatsu tsumi originates in the crimes committed by Susanoo no Mikoto in Takamanohara described in "Kojiki" and "Nihonshoki."
  535. It is said that Amazake sold in cans produced by Morinaga confectionary is produced by a method in which the first and second production methods are combined.
  536. It is said that Amenonaemasu no mikoto is the brother or son of Futsunushi no kami, who is famous for the legend of Kuniyuzuri (transfer of the land, or the pacification of Ashihara no Nakatsukuni (the Central Land of Reed Plains)).
  537. It is said that American karate began when veterans of WWII, who had mastered karate in Okinawa or the Japanese mainland, opened karate schools in the U.S. after their return to the country.
  538. It is said that Anmo helps weak children and that praying for it can cure a bedridden child.
  539. It is said that Arai, a heavy drinker, went to the site of the Sanjo-ohashi Bridge Noticeboard Incident dead drunk after having a lot of sake (rice wine) and took part in the battle in September, 1866.
  540. It is said that Araki-cho, Kishiwada City, Osaka Prefecture, was developed by Murashige's children who had escaped with the wet nurse upon the fall of Itamijo Castle.
  541. It is said that Arikuni changed the characters used to write his name (from 在国 to 有国) in this year.
  542. It is said that Arinosuke MONAI was cut into pieces, leaving the corpse in a horrifying state.
  543. It is said that Arioka-jo Castle was the first castle in Japan that had a keep and in its precincts there are Inano-jinja Shrine, Fort Jorozuka, Fort Hiyodorizuka, Fort Koyaguchi and so on and it was a strong castle.
  544. It is said that Asobibe lived in Kashihara City, Yamato Province, and it is identified with Kashihara City Shibuncho.
  545. It is said that Asukakiyomihara-ryo Code determined some important issues.
  546. It is said that Atagozuka Tumulus still remaining at Doto, Oyama City is that particular cave, which is the origin of imyo (another name) Raisozuka (a tumulus containing rats).
  547. It is said that Atane-no-mikoto and Sonofuri-no-mikoto were appointed as Yamashiro no Kuni no Miyatsuko during the Emperor Jinmu's era and the Emperor Seimu's era respectively, appointment in the Emperor Jinmu's era is questionable.
  548. It is said that Bai Letian was looking forward to meeting Takamura when the latter was assigned as a Japanese envoy to Tang Dynasty China.
  549. It is said that Banri focused his learnings in the studies of Confucianism (learning of Keisho that is the general term for most important literature in Confucianism; keigaku), history and Keiseigaku.
  550. It is said that Banshu in the bakufu originally derives from the fact that in the time of MINAMOTO no Yoritomo and the Kamakura bakufu, he arranged for gokenins (immediate vassals of the shogunate) with skill in bow and arrow to stay close to him night and day.
  551. It is said that Banzan KUMAZAWA, a Confucian scholar, stayed in the temple and that there is a stone with his poem engraved on it in the precincts of the temple.
  552. It is said that Bokusui WAKAYAMA was greatly influenced by Sakuraba in the Meiji period.
  553. It is said that Buddhism was brought to Japan in the era of Emperor Kinmei, or in the middle era of the sixth century, and it is in the era of Empress Suiko, or the era from around the end of the sixth century to the first half of the seventh century, that temples were built in earnest and Buddhism started flourishing.
  554. It is said that Buddhism was introduced to Japan in 538, which was the era of Emperor Kinmei.
  555. It is said that Budo (martial arts) was also based on the Shinto religion, and developed into arts having kaigan seishin (spiritual awakening) and philosophy through practices after thoughts of Taoism, Confucianism and Zen sect were added.
  556. It is said that Bunjin had a strong tendency to lead a reclusive life.
  557. It is said that Bunraku-za Theater started when Bunrakuken UEMURA of Awajikariya set up a hut called 'Seats in Kozujinchi, Nishinohama' at Minamizume, Kozu-bashi Bridge, Osaka and gave a performance there.
  558. It is said that CHIKAMATSU who received information on this case at a fancy Japanese-style restaurant and took fast palanquin came up with the first line, 'Hashirigaki, utai no hon wa Konoe-ryu, yaroboshi wa murasakino' on the way back to Osaka.
  559. It is said that Captain Kuraishi had escaped frostbite thanks to his rubber boots which he had happened to buy when he had been in Tokyo at New Year's.
  560. It is said that Chikatada TATE participated in the Battle of Ujigawa in 1184 together with his father, Yukichika, and was killed on the Rokujo-gawara riverbank.
  561. It is said that Chinese people, who adored Yachiyo, wove the Yachiyo's crest of wreath & paulownia into gold brocade and that they brought it to Nagasaki in Japan.
  562. It is said that Chitate KIDO even sabotaged Atsutane's visit.
  563. It is said that Chiyogimi's son Hidetsuna was adopted by Hidenobu ODA, the legitimate heir to the Oda family.
  564. It is said that Chogen himself also studied architecture and civil engineering in China, and he guided the construction workers with the cooperation of Chinese engineer CHEN Heqing.
  565. It is said that Chomei-ji Temple's honzon is 'the trinity of Three Buddhas,' i.e. three Kannons called Senju Kannon, Eleven-faced Kannon, and Sho Kannon.
  566. It is said that Chu no mai constitutes the basic format of Ryochukan no ji mono.
  567. It is said that Chui was a polite and gentle person of integrity often sought to be consulted by the chief retainer of the Satsuma clan on sensitive matters within the Shimazu family.
  568. It is said that Confucianism also had a strong influence in China, so that the late-stage Mikkyo, which flourished in Tibet, Nepal and Mongolia, was not introduced because tantra was in opposition to sexual morality.
  569. It is said that Dainichinyorai preached at the palace of Take-jizai-ten.
  570. It is said that Daruma attained senge (the death of a priest of high virtue or a hermit) at the age of 150 on November 2, 528.
  571. It is said that December 28th is considered the best time to being displaying kagami-mochi.
  572. It is said that Dokyo once cured Retired Empress Koken by using a mystical rites of Sukuyo (an esoteric Buddhism astrology based on the Sutra of constellations and planets, and an astrological doctrine of which was introduced from India), and since then, the Empress and Dokyo had maintained a close relationship.
  573. It is said that Dosan's nose was also sliced off when he was killed.
  574. It is said that Doyo made a secret pact with Takauji to defeat the Hojo clan in Kamakura, and to cooperate thereafter.
  575. It is said that EN no Gyoja (EN no Ozunu) was its founder.
  576. It is said that Edo style sakuramochi dates back to 1717 when Yoshimune TOKUGAWA, the eighth seii taishogun (literally, great general who subdues the barbarians) of the Edo bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) planted cherry trees on the bank of Sumida-gawa River.
  577. It is said that Edo was structured in the form of 'の' (a letter of Kana syllable, pronounced 'no'), a quite unique design, compared to other castle towns.
  578. It is said that Edomae-nigiri-zushi was invented by Yohei HANAYA at the 'Yohei-zushi' in Ryogoku, or by Matsugoro SAKAIYA at the 'Matsuno-zushi' in Ataka.
  579. It is said that Eitoku KANO painted the 'Azuchi-jo Castle town' on orders of Nobunaga, which was a gift to the Vatican.
  580. It is said that Emperor Enyu was greatly disappointed that Kinsue acted as if he were a prince.
  581. It is said that Emperor Gohanazono's enthronement was based on a recommendation from IKKYUU.
  582. It is said that Emperor Jimmu ascended the throne on February 11, 660 B.C.
  583. It is said that Emperor Kinmei never lost his dream for restoring Mimana until he met his death.
  584. It is said that Emperor NINTOKU did not revoke the tax exemption policy even though he couldn't repair his palace due to the shortage of income.
  585. It is said that Emperor Shijo, who heard of this episode, gave Komyo-ji Temple's imperial scroll.
  586. It is said that Emperor Tenchi and FUJIWARA no Kamatari developed a plan to defeat the Soga clan on their way to the Shoan's school.
  587. It is said that Emperor Tenmu made HIEDA no Are recite the Teiki from memory along with the "Kyuji" (mythical tradition), and later this was said to be the basic historical material for the compilation of the later Kojiki (Records of Ancient Matters) and Nihonshoki (Chronicles of Japan).
  588. It is said that Emperor Tenmu, having won the Jinshin War and acceded to the Imperial throne, built a temple in the place where the cherry tree he had dreamed of was standing (Hinoo Rikyu).
  589. It is said that Empress Dowager Bidatsu therefore issued an imperial edict ordering Prince Hatsusebe (Emperor Sushun) to be enthroned.
  590. It is said that Ensho-ji Temple was a model of 'Gesshu-ji Temple,' which often appears in Yukio MISHIMA's novel, "Hojo no Umi" (The Sea of Fertility).
  591. It is said that Enshu KOBORI, a master of landscape gardening, oversaw construction of Minakuchi-jo Castle.
  592. It is said that Etamohi no mikoto, the 10th descendant from Futaino ukamoroo no kamusa no mikoto was appointed as Musashi no kuni no miyatsuko during the reign of Emperor Seimu.
  593. It is said that FUJIWARA no Morosuke (a nephew of FUJIWARA no Tokihira and the son of FUJIWARA no Tadahira who is said to be a relative of the Sugawara clan) later donated the buildings of his residence to rebuild the magnificent shrine pavilions.
  594. It is said that FUJIWARA no Mototsune, an influential person in the political world, loved Tadaomi's Chinese poems so much he ordered FUJIWARA no Toshiyuki to make folding screens on which 500 of Tadaomi's Chinese poems were written, and placed them in his residence.
  595. It is said that FUJIWARA no Tameyori, the Shimousa no kami, was subject to famine and his wife and children died.
  596. It is said that FUJIWARA no Yorimichi produced the garden himself because he could not find a favorite gardening specialist when he tried to build a garden at the Byodo-in.
  597. It is said that FUJIWARA no Yorinaga showed compassion for his inferiority in official court rank to his brothers Narimichi and Shigemichi, and gave him a rank of Shoshiinoge, according to "the Taiki" (Diary of FUJIWARA no Yorinaga).
  598. It is said that FUJIWARA no Yukinari, who had excellent penmanship, copied it out, bound it in the deccho style, and put it in a Suzuri-bako (case containing ink brush and ink stone) to present.
  599. It is said that FUKUZAWA was asked to translate the aforesaid 'Bankoku Kairitsu Zensho' by KURODA, but after one glance at it he refused to accept the task, saying that no one but ENOMOTO was qualified to undertake it.
  600. It is said that Fukamushi-cha was developed by tea farmers in Kikukawa City between the late 1960s and early 1970s.
  601. It is said that Fuku's excellent pedigree, her refined, aristocratic upbringing, and her ex-husband Masanari's military exploits were all positive factors in her selection as wet nurse.
  602. It is said that Fumiaki and two daughters of master NAKAMARU, when they were in the taxi on his way home, saw clouds in five colors trailing from the engine of the car, although it was not in the evening.
  603. It is said that Fuyo took this offer because Shishido clan of Hitachi Province was a division of the Mito clan where his grandfather used to serve and Fuyo felt connection.
  604. It is said that Geki 'Shigenao' died in Kyoto ('Sanbyakuhan Kashin Jinmei Jiten' vol.6, No.111).
  605. It is said that Genjo treated this learned priest from a foreign country with respect and coached him even sharing a living room of the cell.
  606. It is said that Genjo, who had returned from India in 649, also translated "Hannya Shingyo."
  607. It is said that Genkyo never stopped drinking even after falling ill with influenza and continued to drink until he died.
  608. It is said that Genkyo was a big eater and drinker, consuming 1.8 liters each of rice, sake and rice cakes a day and easily polishing off 50 rice cakes in zoni (a kind of vegetable soup with rice cakes) served on New Year's Day.
  609. It is said that Gensai was not involved in the assassination and he was beheaded actually for not following the policy of the Meiji Government.
  610. It is said that Gi-Cho changed with times, and Cho (stick) was replaced by Hagoita, and Gi (ball) was replaced by Hane.
  611. It is said that Ginchiyo separated (de facto divorced) from Muneshige after moving to the Yanagawa-jo Castle (the current Yanagawa City, Fukuoka Prefecture) and they had no child.
  612. It is said that Ginchiyo wore an armor and sortied from the residence to threat the attacking East squad when she was defeated in the Battle of Sekigahara.
  613. It is said that Gion no nyogo made Kiyomori TAIRA, who was a child of her younger sister, her adopted son.
  614. It is said that Goho Maoson, one of the Sonten, came to Earth from Venus 6.5 million years ago (not "650 years" ago); its body is formed from elements different from those ordinary human beings, and it is said to be in an eternal existence at the age of 16 and it does not age.
  615. It is said that Gokuraku-ji Temple in Yonezawa was designated as the graveyard for concubines of the lords of the Uesugi family thereafter.
  616. It is said that Goshiki derives from the goshiki as referenced in Gogyo shiso (Five Elements Theory).
  617. It is said that Gyoki died in the year 749 at the age of 82 at Sugawara-dera Temple (now Kiko-ji Temple) in Heijokyo, and according to his will he was cremated at the eastern foot of Ikoma-yama Mountain and buried at Chikurin-ji Temple.
  618. It is said that Gyouu, on the other hand, visited Yoshiwara attired as Sukeroku and was pleased at being called 'the contemporary Sukeroku.'
  619. It is said that HASHIBA troops were 100,000 and coalition troops of ODA and TOKUGAWA were 30,000.
  620. It is said that HIEDA no Are who performed Kataribe (a reciter) when "Kojiki" (The Records of Ancient Matters) was compiled, was ordered to recite the "Teiki" by the Emperor Tenmu.
  621. It is said that Hakuyushi was a hermit who lived for several hundred years.
  622. It is said that Hangaku lived with Yoshito as his wife in Kai Province, where she gave birth to a son named Tomoyoshi Taro ASARI ("浅利知義太郎"), and died in Kai.
  623. It is said that Harada went to the continent via Ueno, Niigata City, Shimonoseki City and Busan Metropolitan City, and became a head of mounted bandits.
  624. It is said that Harutsugu's children who stayed inside of Tottori-jo Castle were given protection after their father's seppuku, and became vassals of the Kikkawa clan.
  625. It is said that Hedeyoshi appointed those people as otogishu to show that the man like him from low-class now rose to the highest rank (possible for the subject) in a country and even people of good birth and people from historic families served him.
  626. It is said that Hideie was furious about the betrayal of Kobayakawa's force and said, 'I'll go into the Kobayakawa's camp to hack at Hideaki,' but he was stopped by his vassal Takenori (全登) AKASHI and reluctantly withdrew.
  627. It is said that Hidemitsu was in favor of the plot but that Toshimitsu was opposed, considering it too reckless.
  628. It is said that Hidesuke, who was Sadatsugu's favorite retainer, sued Sadatsugu because he made a deal with Ieyasu, and he became a retainer of the Shogun and was appointed a member of Nara bugyo after the Tsutsui clan had been deprived of their position.
  629. It is said that Hidetada, after vainly spending several days, knew Masayuki's intent and was inflamed with rage, and resolved to capture Ueda-jo Castle.
  630. It is said that Hidetsuna's mother was the daughter or granddaughter of Nobunaga ODA and Hidetsuna was the male cousin or son of a male cousin of Hidenobu.
  631. It is said that Hideyori was educated in court noble style and his chirography which had been handed down is highly appreciated.
  632. It is said that Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI came to this land and was blessed with his son Hideyori TOYOTOMI.
  633. It is said that Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI gave this painting to the Mori family in 1582 (when Eitoku was 40 years old), but this has not been confirmed.
  634. It is said that Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI later reminded him about this, and he gave the 50 silver coins to Hideyoshi.
  635. It is said that Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI praised Koresada to the skies on his brave fight after the subjugation of Kyushu.
  636. It is said that Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI said 'the only eligible politicians in the world are Kanetsugu NAOE and Kobayakawa.'
  637. It is said that Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI, who fought against Mitsuhide AKECHI, ordered Rikyu to build it in 1582.
  638. It is said that Hideyoshi begged Nobunaga for this, with an aim to extend Hideyoshi's influence in the Oda family.
  639. It is said that Hideyoshi deliberately made Kazumasa be there to see how Naomasa would react.
  640. It is said that Hideyoshi described Oshu as a countryside and Taishu (Masamune) of Oshu as a wriggling insect and that Masamune marveled at Hideyoshi.
  641. It is said that Hideyoshi feared the curse of Mii-dera Temple with miraculous virtue when he realized time of his death.
  642. It is said that Hideyoshi had that temple built during the first anniversary of Nobunaga's death and that since the dead body could not be found, Hideyoshi had two wooden statues carved, cremated one, and placed the other at the Soken-in Temple.
  643. It is said that Hideyoshi took it upon himself to dismiss requests from Yoshiaki ASHIKAGA, 15th generation of Shogun in the Muromachi bakufu, to adopt Hideyoshi as his child.
  644. It is said that Hideyoshi was very surprised that Kanbe had accepted Mitsunari's offer.
  645. It is said that Hikichigiri is an integral part of the Doll Festival in Kyoto.
  646. It is said that Hikosashima no miko, a grandson of Toyokiiruhiko no mikoto, was appointed Tosando Jugokoku Totoku during the reign of Emperor Keiko, and his son Mimorowake no kimi succeeded him and governed well.
  647. It is said that Hirobumi ITO and Aritomo YAMAGATA carried Komura, who collapsed in tears, in arms from both side to Shushokantei (prime minister's official residence).
  648. It is said that Hirobumi ITO said, 'No idiot to the learned idiot' when he read this opinion.
  649. It is said that Hirobumi ITO, Prime Minister at the time named the guesthouse.
  650. It is said that Hironori was behind the succession dispute in the Sue family broke out after Hiromori SUE was assassinated.
  651. It is said that Hirosawa no tsubone enshrined an image of Buddha there, as a token of gratitude for cure of her eye disease, which led the building of Kotaku-ji Temple.
  652. It is said that Hirotsugu started to use Kawakatsu as the family name.
  653. It is said that Hisahide MATSUNAGA built the first in Tamon-jo Castle.
  654. It is said that Hiyoshi soba originated from the soba restaurant 'Tsuruki Soba' founded by Kihachi TSURUYA in Sakamoto in the Kyoho era during the Edo period.
  655. It is said that Hizamaru, Higekiri's kyodaigatana, was handed down to MINAMOTO no Yoshitsune, and then to MINAMOTO no Yoritomo after Yoshitsune's defeat in battle and subsequent suicide.
  656. It is said that Hokoshu was also organized under Kamakura kubo (shogunal representative) and under Furukawa kubo.
  657. It is said that Hokusai Manga was used as the packing material for shipping porcelain.
  658. It is said that Hokusai, who was forced to fall in the suspension of operations with publishers during the Tenpo Famine (1833 - 39), made a plan to drew many Nikuhitsu gajo and sell them in shops in order to avoid starvation.
  659. It is said that Hon-kudzu-ko with less bitterness has less medicinal efficacy.
  660. It is said that Honen lived at Kamo no Kawaraya temporarily because he had been invited by a Shinto priest of the Kamo.
  661. It is said that Honen probably lived there at the villa for a time.
  662. It is said that Honen's leading disciple Shoku (Seizan) succeeded Johen to become the temple's chief priest.
  663. It is said that Hongan-ji Temple, highly valuing Masatomo's military prowess, appointed him as its military leader.
  664. It is said that Hyobu was 71 years of age then and the youth of Koshiro, who was 23, pressured him to join them.
  665. It is said that IKKYUU was Jukou MURATA's teacher, and his writings were prized most highly among practitioners of the tea ceremony.
  666. It is said that IMAO no Sukune was a descendent of Ochiwake no mikoto, the prince of Emperor Suinin, and he was bestowed Ogoto manor in 851 and died in 884.
  667. It is said that Ichi was the most beautiful woman in the Sengoku Period (Period of Warring States) and bright as well.
  668. It is said that Ichida family was from lower-ranking samurai ashigaru (common foot soldier) of Osaka kurayashiki (warehouse-residence) of Satsuma domain while other theories exist.
  669. It is said that Ichiro had lost the family property due to his debauchery so that Aizan had to quit the senior elementary school in his third year and study by himself while actually working.
  670. It is said that Iemitsu held deep respect for his grandfather Ieyasu, who was deified as Tosho Daigongen in Nikko-zan Rinno-ji Temple.
  671. It is said that Ienari and his second son Ieyoshi were at odds with one another.
  672. It is said that Ienari displayed a propensity for bizarre behavior from a young age.
  673. It is said that Ienari had additional concubines who, according to one account, amounted 40 in all.
  674. It is said that Ienari was referred to as the "Worldly Shogun."
  675. It is said that Ienobu relied especially on Akifusa because of this work ethic.
  676. It is said that Ieyasu always alienated Hideyasu, his second son, and Tadateru, his sixth son, for the reason that dubious situations were involved in their births or their looks were bad.
  677. It is said that Ieyasu chose this place for its proximity to Seta no Karahashi Bridge.
  678. It is said that Ieyasu dealt coldly with Hideyasu YUKI and Tadateru MATSUDAIRA, his sons, and the retainers who contributed significantly in establishing the bakufu.
  679. It is said that Ieyasu had a masukake line (his teso was stored in the treasure hall in Nikkosan-Rinno-ji Temple in Tochigi Prefecture).
  680. It is said that Ieyasu highly appreciated this and said that 'he is a good warrior in this age.'
  681. It is said that Ieyasu organized the fishermen to move en mass to present day Tokyo/Tsukudajima Island and commanded them to produce 'Tsukudani' (seafood preserved by boiling in seafood).
  682. It is said that Ieyasu respected such persons as Gaozu (Liu Bang), Choryo, Han Xin, Tai Gong Wang, Buno, Shuko, Yoritomo MINAMOTO, and Takauji ASHIKAGA.
  683. It is said that Ieyasu sent his daughter, Kazuko to the Imperial Palace because he wished Kazuko to give birth to a Prince for the Tokugawa family to become maternal relatives of the Emperor, however both Princes who were born died young.
  684. It is said that Ieyasu stayed at Mitsunari's residence when Ieyasu went to Osaka to see Hideyori in celebration of his Chrysanthemum Festival in September.
  685. It is said that Ieyasu was also involved in this incident of separating the temple into two.
  686. It is said that Ieyasu was so scared that he involuntarily lost his steed.
  687. It is said that Ieyasu, following Nobunaga's order, killed Tsukiyama-dono in September 29, 1579, and forced Nobuyasu to commit seppuku in October 15 1579.
  688. It is said that Iganokami SATAKE held a castle of Kozaika with Genshiro MATOBA, and continued to guard it for 32 days, finally surrendering after the surrender of Ota-jo Castle.
  689. It is said that Ike no Zenni begged Kiyomori for mercy.
  690. It is said that Ikkyu Sojun practiced asceticism here, during his childhood.
  691. It is said that Ikuta Kengyo in Kyoto developed the way of playing Soh (tuning, playing method, improvement of a pick) as well as Soh music in the era of Genroku.
  692. It is said that Imori Mountain in Aizuwakamatsu City, Fukushima Prefecture, was the first tourist resort to sell bokuto and that they were byakkoto (white tiger swords), based on the swords of the Byakkotai (White Tiger Corps), a unit of which, comprised of young, mainly teenaged samurai, is famous for having committed suicide when they mistakenly believed they had been defeated.
  693. It is said that Imperial Prince Morikuni (ninth Shogun) and Imperial Prince Hisanaga, both being children of the Imperial Prince Hisaakira, were given the surname of Minamoto.
  694. It is said that Imperial Prince Sawara had been on bad terms with Tanetsugu; however the truth is not sure whether Sawara was involved in the fact.
  695. It is said that Imperial Princess Tokushi, who lived in obscurity after retirement from Saiin, was bashful about the offer of marriage at the age nearly 30, and especially about the match being her nephew 19 years younger than herself.
  696. It is said that Imperial Princess Uchiko was appointed as the first Kamo saiin because the Kusuko Incident ended in 810.
  697. It is said that Inaba Kuninomiyatsuko family became influential, based on Kiyonari no Musume's status, but that their power declined after Senri (Chigane) INABA was murdered in 1007.
  698. It is said that Ingen Osho, who came from abroad in the early Edo period, spread it in Japan.
  699. It is said that Inuoumono was started by samurai in the Kamakura period to train and improve their military arts skills.
  700. It is said that Ioe and Himuka being present on that occasion could not do anything.
  701. It is said that Isami KONDO, who had suddenly become famous for his bravery during the Ikedaya Incident, acted selfishly for a while.
  702. It is said that Ishikawamaro was innocent and falsely accused, but there are various views on the truth about the incident.
  703. It is said that Isonokami-jingu Shrine requested the return of these treasures, but Tatehara-jinja Shrine has not returned them yet.
  704. It is said that Ito won popularity due to his attractive appearance and eloquence.
  705. It is said that Itsuse no mikoto roared a virile cry, 'what a pity that I should die from a wound by the rebel,' and therefore, this site came to be called Onominato (literally floodgate of virility).
  706. It is said that Iwakamutsukari no Mikoto was appointed to the chief of Daizenshiki (Office of the Palace Table), and was enshrined later as the god of cooking.
  707. It is said that Iwatoyama Tumulus, the largest tumulus in the North Kyushu, is the tomb of Iwai.
  708. It is said that Jakko lost the opportunity to return home, due to the destruction of Koguryo by the allied forces of the Tang Dynasty and Shiragi (an ancient Korean kingdom) in the year 668.
  709. It is said that Japanese people like going on trips, sightseeing, and excursions.
  710. It is said that Japanese whisky is closer to Scotch whisky than to Irish whisky.
  711. It is said that Jichie, who was a follower of Kukai and came from the same Saeki clan as that of Kukai, learnt Confucianism from SAEKI no Sakemaro, who came from Tado no Gori, Sanuki Province and is considered also to come from the same clan (according to "Disciplines of Kobo Daishi.")
  712. It is said that Jiro YAMAGUCHI (Hajime SAITO) and others appealed to Keisuke OTORI, who left the battle line in a way similar to Toshizo, that he should be as loyal as possible to the Aizu clan; however, this story comes from an old document which was recorded at a later date in Hakodate.
  713. It is said that Jo, who had grown accustomed to Western-style ladies-first customs, and Yae, who was a proactive woman, were a well-matched couple.
  714. It is said that Jobosei was applied in the capital city of Silla around the late seventh century in the Korean Peninsula.
  715. It is said that Jocho achieved these technique.
  716. It is said that Jodo Shinshu sect founder, Shinran was born at Hokai-ji Temple in 1173 as the son of Arinori HINO (Hino Tanjo-in Temple, constructed during the Edo-period and connected to the birthplace of Shinran, stands near Hokai-ji Temple).
  717. It is said that Josai vendors were around until 1955, selling Chinese herbal drugs by carrying them in a pair of medicine chests on a pole and they wore the same hanten (a short coat originally for craftsmen worn over a kimono) as monouri in the Edo period.
  718. It is said that Josei later served Tadayoshi MATSUDAIRA (the lord of Kiyosu Domain) and taught the feudal soldiers.
  719. It is said that Josui came to Kyoto in December of that year and stayed at his residence in Fushimi.
  720. It is said that Josui's ultimate objective was to take on Ieyasu for supremacy by putting Kyushu under his command to lead its military might to east.
  721. It is said that Jufuku (everyday court dress in Tang Dynasty) of China, the origin of sokutai (traditional ceremonial court dress) started to be used in the Northern Dynasty (China), and its underarm portions were originally open.
  722. It is said that Juko (or Rikyu, according to a theory) shortened it, which made handling the cords much easier.
  723. It is said that Junkei TSUTSUI finally withdrew his army to Yamato to remain neutral, without reaching to Horaga-toge Pass.
  724. It is said that Junnyo was at odds with his half-brother Kyonyo as well (there is, however, another theory that suggests his mother may have shared the same mother as Junnyo, Nyoshun-ni).
  725. It is said that Juro KANZE's child was also an actor of Sarugaku, but a direct line from Zeami died out after this grandson Motomasa (refer to Ochi Kanze).
  726. It is said that Jusuke became severely depressed about a series of sad news such as losing his wife in 1892, and the following year, in 1893, Mokuami KAWATAKE with whom he had been active for a long time.
  727. It is said that KAMO was a descendant of EN no Ozume, the founder of Shugendo who flourished in the Nara Period.
  728. It is said that KASOU laughed and called him a fool as he sent him away.
  729. It is said that KOMA no Jakko (and his family), who had been serving as a local magistrate of Koma County since the county's formation in 715, was Fukushin's family member and Fukushin himself had a powerful influence over the province.
  730. It is said that Kaga-manzai originates from Echizen-manzai, Akita-manzai, Aizu-manzai and so on from Mikawa-manzai and Iyo-manzai from Owari-manzai.
  731. It is said that Kagefusa escaped to Takura Jigen-ji Temple in Nanjo County and asked for permission by taking the tonsure.
  732. It is said that Kagekatsu respected Kenshin, his adoptive father, as a Sengoku Busho (Military Commnader in the Warring States Period), and had a strong inferiority complex regarding Kenshin.
  733. It is said that Kagemori studied under Jitsugen (a monk from the Kamakura period) of Daigo-ji Temple, and received kanjo (an initiation of a succession where water is poured onto the successor's head).
  734. It is said that Kagetsuna was also an excellent poet.
  735. It is said that Kamimusubi no Kami is active in the Izumo mythology and Takamimusubi no Kami in the Takamagahara mythology.
  736. It is said that Kanayago-kami voluntary become Murage (a chief engineer in metal forging) in various places and taught the art of metal forging there.
  737. It is said that Kanayago-kami was the same as or was somewhat related to the Kanayamahiko-kami, or Kanayamahime-kami and Amameichika-kami, however, there is a theory that they are completely different gods.
  738. It is said that Kanda Myojin Shrine was relocated by the Shogunate to the current location of kimon (the northeastern [unlucky] direction, person or thing to be avoided) at Edo-jo Castle.
  739. It is said that Kanei Tsuho which was called Nisuiei was minted at that time.
  740. It is said that Kang Youwei, who was to establish the Jinwen Gongwang school, studied Yomeigaku, including "Yushitsu Bunkou"("Manuscripts from a Darkened Room") written by Shoin YOSHIDA.
  741. It is said that Kangen (854-925), a disciple of Shobo (a monk of Shingon sect, the founder of Daigo-ji Temple) restored it at the beginning of the 10th century in the Heian period, but the history between this and the end of the Heian period remains unclear.
  742. It is said that Kano's grave was in Mibu-dera Temple.
  743. It is said that Kanroku taught calendar-making to YAKO no Tamafuru, astronomy to OTOMO no Takasato and Tonko hojutsu to YAMASHIRO no Hitate (Nihonshoki (Chronicles of Japan), vol. 22).
  744. It is said that Kanshichi Chikayoshi HIRAIWA established this school after entering a school of Buzen no kami (the Governor of Buzen Province) Ushio by order of Masamune DATE.
  745. It is said that Kasugayama-jo Castle had a reserve of 27,140 ryo (unit of gold currency) when Kenshin died.
  746. It is said that Katsu was greatly impressed with the confidences bestowed upon him and gave his loyalty to Iemochi from the bottom of his heart for the rest of his life.
  747. It is said that Katsunaga defeated Honda's army and made several charges up to the headquarters.
  748. It is said that Kattamine-jinja Shrine was a temple literally named Kinpusen-ji Temple of Shugen-do which was a mixture of Shinto and Buddhism before the Exclusion of Buddhism in the Meiji period.
  749. It is said that Kawakatsu subdued a (religious) group led by OFUBE no O, which enshrined "Tokonoyokami (a deity coming from an utopia of immortality or a world where the souls of the dead go)" around the Fuji River in Suruga Province in 644.
  750. It is said that Kawarano-in was also the model of a residence where Hikaru GENJI stayed with Yugao overnight
  751. It is said that Kazan learned Heki-Jutoku school from his father and mastered the secrets of the Heki-Dosetsu school, Okura school, Insai school, Chikurin school, Takeda school, Ogasawara school and the Henmi school.
  752. It is said that Kazumasa ISONO, at the head of the Azai army, made a vicious attack on the Oda forces and succeeded in destroying eleven lines of protective soldiers out of a total of thirteen, resulting in the Oda army preparing for defeat.
  753. It is said that Keicho Oban was issued at the same time that the currency system of the Keicho era was established; however, its details are unknown and it is not yet laid out as a reliable fact.
  754. It is said that Keijun MIYABE told that 'Mori's politics will never be ruined as long as Takakage rules.'
  755. It is said that Kengyo (the highest title of the official ranks within the Todo-za) ISHIMURA, among blind musicians, were the most involved in the improvement of shamisen, its development to art music, and the creation of jiuta.
  756. It is said that Kenji MIYAZAWA (a poet and author of children's stories), Chogyu TAKAYAMA (a thinker), Giro SENO (a religious thinker), Ikki KITA (a rightist revolutionary) and Kanji ISHIWARA (a warrior and staff person in the Kwantung army) were well-known examples.
  757. It is said that Kenko had a hermitage in the site of Jyogo-ji Temple, which is currently located in Kanazawa Ward, Yokohama City, Kanagawa Prefecture.
  758. It is said that Kenshin UESUGI intended to revive the Hatakeyama family, a family pedigree, and planned to support Yoshiharu HATAKEYAMA as lord of Noto Province after expelling powerful local lords.
  759. It is said that Kenshin heard of Shingen's death while eating, he dropped his chopsticks and cried out saying, 'I lost the closest rival, and such a hero will never appear again in this world (according to "Nihon Gaishi" (historical book on Japan).'
  760. It is said that Kenshin was influenced by Jodo-shinko (the Pure Land faith), and in 1186 conducted Ohara Mondo (Ohara Debate) with great scholars, including Honen, Chogen, Jokei, Myohen, and Shoshin.
  761. It is said that Kenshin's vassals could know whether he would go into battle or not just by a look his meals.
  762. It is said that Kenzan had a reflective personality, and he was fond of reading as well as a recluse, in contrast to his brother Korin, who was a playboy and a showoff..
  763. It is said that Kichizaemon and Sotetsu, especially, were like doyens among the shokukata of the time.
  764. It is said that Kiden hakase also created Kiden kanmon (report about histories) to answer to inquiries from the government.
  765. It is said that Kikuo-maru wore a light green bellyband, a three-ply armor, and a long sword with the hilt covered with white thread at the time of his death.
  766. It is said that Kingo TATSUNO, an early Japanese architect, was once asked about Japanese architectural history whilst studying abroad in London, and, having completely failed to answer the question, he felt a compelling need for a study on the subject.
  767. It is said that Kiri-mon became the imperial Kamon in the middle of the Kamakura Period just before Genko (the Mongol Invasion).
  768. It is said that Kita no Mandokoro would sit here and gaze at the moon as she remembered the departed Hideyoshi.
  769. It is said that Kiyohide NAKAGAWA who was a Kokujin (local lord) and served the Ikeda clan got Koremasa's severed head.
  770. It is said that Kiyokage NAGAO (who was the founder of the Nagao clan) was the one who actually killed Moroyo.
  771. It is said that Kiyomaro applied for the construction of the private temple of the Wake clan, Shingan-ji Temple, 10 years later in the 780, but the date has also been put at after 782.
  772. It is said that Kiyotsugu was the one who recommended the 'sea bream tempura' to Ieyasu, which is said to be the cause of death of Ieyasu TOKUGAWA.
  773. It is said that Koan, good-natured, almost never got angry at people.
  774. It is said that Kobungo had said at the time: "I have never imagined people capable of making such agonizing sound."
  775. It is said that Koga warriors took a geographical advantage in the mountains to make various surprise attacks against the bakufu army and tormented them by using fire and smoke on Yoshihisa's headquarters during the night.
  776. It is said that Kokan was acquainted with Gennai HIRAGA, and allowed to learn under Ryotaku MAENO and Naotake ODANO with the help of Gennai.
  777. It is said that Komushi was one of the persons treated very well by Prince Nagaya and when Nagatomi no miyako no azumabito spoke ill of Prince Nagaya in a game of Igo (board game of capturing territory), Komushi got angry and killed him.
  778. It is said that Konan read through the "Nihon Gaishi" (historical book on Japan) at the age of thirteen.
  779. It is said that Korea became a dependency to Japan by 'Sankan-Saibatsu' after "Nihonshoki" was finished.
  780. It is said that Korechika was quite displeased with a senmyo (imperial edict) issued at that time because it included the phrase 'during the Kanpaku's illness' while Korechika had wanted the phrase 'taking over Kanpaku because of Kanpaku's illness.'
  781. It is said that Korechika, who was present during the delivery, gathered his younger sister's dead body and wailed without restraint.
  782. It is said that Koreharu, an ancestor of the Ogata family was a high ranking samurai serving Yoshiaki ASHIKAGA; however, the truth is still unknown.
  783. It is said that Koreyoshi's punishment for attacking and burning down Usa-jingu Shrine was lightened due to Yoshitsune and Yoritsune's doing.
  784. It is said that Kosugibon is the book copied by Sugimura KOSUGI during Ansei era from the manuscript owned by Harumura KUROKAWA.
  785. It is said that Koteko's son, Prince Hachiko, escaped from the capital at the discretion of Prince Umayado (Prince Shotoku), and became the founder of Dewa Sanzan (Three Sacred Mountains of Dewa) in Tsuruoka City, Yamagata Prefecture.
  786. It is said that Kukai did not bring down the board to correct the writing, but instead, threw a brush for calligraphy, successfully adding the dot.
  787. It is said that Kukai still continues his zenjo practice in the mausoleum of Oku-no-in in Mt. Koya.
  788. It is said that Kumano Sanzan came to be frequently visited after a visit to Kumano by the retired Emperor Shirakawa was made in 1090.
  789. It is said that Kumanobetto Tanzo (or Bensho in "Gikeiki" and Benshin in "Benkei Monogatari," one of the stories in the Otogi Zoshi picture storybook) abducted a daughter of a noble having a rank of Nii Dainagon (Second Rank, chief councilor of state), and Benkei was the boy born to her and Tanzo.
  790. It is said that Kumaraju translated the oral tradition chanted by Buddhayazas, who was an Indian priest, into Sinitic.
  791. It is said that Kumiko AKIYOSHI, who played the lead in "Saturday Night at the Mysteries" and paid her last respects, told that she had not noticed his suffering from terminal cancer and that he had not seem to be debilitated.
  792. It is said that Kunichika had such a peculiar personality that even he was aware of it.
  793. It is said that Kuranosuke OISHI started having a dissipated life in Shumoku-machi Town, Fushimi (current location of Shumoku-machi, Fushimi Ward, Kyoto City, Kyoto Prefecture) after his return to Kyoto
  794. It is said that Kuranosuke visited the grave of the Soga brothers, who were known for their revenge story, in Fuji along the way.
  795. It is said that Kyo-Hachiryu was founded by eight disciples of Hogen KIICHI, onmyoji (Master of Yin yang) who was said to have instructed MINAMOTO no Yoshitsune during the late Heian period (the truth of this remains to be confirmed).
  796. It is said that Kyoto prefecture features the most ramen stores per capita among the 47 prefectures.
  797. It is said that MINAMOTO no Yorimitsu who is a direct descendant of the Seiwa-Genji (Minamoto clan) cut off with this sword the head of Shuten Doji, a devil who lived in Mt. Oe in Tanba Province.
  798. It is said that MINAMOTO no Yoritomo found out that Yoshitoki had sent love letters to Hime no mae, a court lady who waited on Okura gosho (a daughter of Tomomune HIKI), and consequently let Yoshitoki marry Hime no mae.
  799. It is said that MINAMOTO no Yoshitsune, Musashibo Benkei, and others who had been pursued by MINAMOTO no Yoritomo's men left Shizukagozen in Mt. Yoshino and fled to Togoku (the eastern part of Japan, particularly Kanto region), and some historic sites are found in Mt. Yoshino.
  800. It is said that MINAMOTO no Yoshitsune, who was surrounded by assailants, kicked through the roof to escape, earning the tower the nickname 'Kick and Break Tower.'
  801. It is said that MITSUZAKI was the first to compose both shamisen parts and koto parts in one song.
  802. It is said that Machi managed three treasuries called Sanzo (the three treasuries of Imikura, Uchikura and Okura) and held the position of Sanzo Kengyo (Sanzo Administrator).
  803. It is said that Manyoshu was compiled by many people over a long period of time, but it was OTOMO no Yakamochi who in the end edited and made a 20-volume anthology as it is.
  804. It is said that Mareyoshi's priestly teacher, Rinyu-shonin (Rinyu priest), who came from Tosa Province, claimed Mareyoshi's body which was discarded without holding a funeral service because people were afraid to do it under the eye of the Heike clan, and Rinyu-shonin held a memorial service.
  805. It is said that Masaharu frequently went down to the provinces under control of daimyo (Japanese territorial lord) during the Sengoku period such as Suruga Province and Ecchu Province with his father.
  806. It is said that Masako especially sympathized with her.
  807. It is said that Masako gave the adopted granddaughter Ozawa-kyo (around present Yanokuchi, Inagi City), which had been a property inheritance of Shigenari INAGE.
  808. It is said that Masako, feeling sorry for them, gave them plenty of valuables.
  809. It is said that Masako, who shed tears at the display of honesty, never suspected him again.
  810. It is said that Masamune intentionally acted in this manner because he knew the preference of Hideyoshi who was fond of flamboyant styles and behaviors.
  811. It is said that Masamune intentionally composed the last phrase in such manner in order to leave the room for interpretation in either way; this is a big mystery, which Masamune left.
  812. It is said that Masanori's application paper was received by Masazumi, but was left on purpose by Toshikatsu in order to bring disgrace on Masazumi's reputation.
  813. It is said that Masanosuke SUFU or Shinsaku TAKASUGI gave this nickname to Omura.
  814. It is said that Masashige KUSUNOKI used tetsuhau (gun) to hold a castle, and it is recorded that the military force of the Hosokawa clan used tetsuhau (gun) or fire arrows in the Onin War.
  815. It is said that Masashige was from Mino Province, served the Saito clan first, and killed Nobumasu ODA under the command of Nobunaga ODA in the Battle of Karumi in June 1562.
  816. It is said that Mejiro was named in connection with Meguro by Shogun Iemitsu and it is also said that the name Mejiro derived from Mejiro-oshi (jammed).
  817. It is said that Meki was a common name for some of Fudo-son in the past possibly due to remnants from the days when Goshiki Fudo was an urban legend, but it is now difficult to understand the whole truth of these stories while the popularity of the name Meki seemed apparent.
  818. It is said that Michinaga also abused Yorimichi who was Kanpaku in front of the nobility, and in 1023 and 1025 was punished for misconduct by being disinherited for a time by his father.
  819. It is said that Michitoshi NAGAI was either Dosan's younger brother or son from when he was young.
  820. It is said that Michizane's mother left but came back to this area, the stronghold of the Sugawara clan, where she gave birth to him, and it is also said that she used the water of the pond located in the east of the shrine (at present this pond is called 'the birth pond') for ubuyu (a baby's first bath).
  821. It is said that Mifune often said, 'Kurosawa, the bastard, I will kill him with a bazooka!'
  822. It is said that Mifune participated in the film because he was living in the same apartment house where Okamoto had been living since he was an assistant director, and as they were getting on well with each other, Mifune took part in the film with good grace to celebrate Okamoto's promotion to director.
  823. It is said that Minami no kata, the daughter of FUJIWARA no Yasufuji, a court noble, had a memorial service for Imperial Prince Morinaga who was killed by Yoshihiro FUCHINOBE, a vassal of Tadayoshi.
  824. It is said that Miroku Bosatsu appears as Brahman in this corrupt world, obtains enlightenment under the Ryuge-ju tree (竜華樹) after becoming a priest in the same way as Siddhartha, and brings people relief by preaching three times (which is called Ryuge-sankai, the three sermons at Ryuge).
  825. It is said that Mitsuhide also adored Hiroko and had no concubine while she was alive.
  826. It is said that Mitsukuni TOKUGAWA donated the Tsukubai stone to the temple.
  827. It is said that Mitsunari slandered Hidetsugu TOYOTOMI by saying to Hideyoshi, "He was staying in the mountains to plot a rebellion," and this made Hideyoshi decide to exclude Hidetsugu.
  828. It is said that Mitsunari suffered from a stomachache but rejected doctor's medicine.
  829. It is said that Mitusyasu treated Juzo KONDO courteously, who was put under Mitsuyasu's charge as a criminal.
  830. It is said that Miyo (Senkoin) forged the testament of Ienari accordingly (its content was making Iesada, Ieyoshi's son, the 13th Shogun and making Yoshiyasu adopted by Iesada to be the 14th Shogun).
  831. It is said that Miyoshi clan is a branch of the distinguished Ogasawara clan in Shinano Genji.
  832. It is said that Miyoshi's army was waiting for the rain because Yoshitaka MIYOSHI was shot by Saikashu or Negoroshu in the battle of Kumeda.
  833. It is said that Mizugumo was originally a tool for Ninja to walk unstable surfaces of ground, as kanjiki was (snow-shoes).
  834. It is said that Momokawa worked behind the scenes of the plot of Usa Hachiman-gu oracle in 769 by working with FUJIWARA no Nagate to stop the succession to the Imperial Throne.
  835. It is said that Mototada was a subject of firm loyality.
  836. It is said that Mototoki HARA impressed the bakufu inspectors by working very quickly when removing his belongings.
  837. It is said that Mototsugu had desperately volunteered the spearhead army for that reason.
  838. It is said that Mototsuna enjoyed the fullest confidence of Katsumoto HOSOKAWA, and Katsumoto was very heartbroken over Mototsuna's death in the battle.
  839. It is said that Mototsune expressed his anger by kicking out all horses from the stable.
  840. It is said that Mototsune forced him to do so.
  841. It is said that Mototsune made a point of remembering this ("Okagami (The Great Mirror)").
  842. It is said that Motowaka's wife Shie told folk tales and gave influence to Nankichi NIMI when he was young.
  843. It is said that Mt. Mitoshi lying behind the shrine was considered a sacred mountain and a god of rice fields was enshrined there.
  844. It is said that Mt. Miwa has been worshipped as a god, perhaps, since Jomon period or Yayoi period, as an object of primitive belief in natural objects.
  845. It is said that Muko-jinja Shrine originated when the deity Mitoshi no kami (Mukahi no kami) came to Mt. Muko and encouraged the rice crop.
  846. It is said that Munechika NITTA (Chikasue), an illegitimate son of Yoshimune, survived and lived in obscurity.
  847. It is said that Murashige ARAKI was from the branch family of the Hatano clan and his territory was 370,000 koku and he was appointed by Nobunaga ODA to Settsu no Kuni Shugo (Provincial Constable of Settsu Province).
  848. It is said that Muryojuji Temple was built by Ennin (also known as Jikakudaishi) on orders of Emperor Junna in 830 during the early Heian period.
  849. It is said that NAGAKURA just laughed and said, 'I guess those from Satsuma cannot accept the help of a former Shinsengumi fighter for fear of losing face.'
  850. It is said that Nagamasa covered Mitsunari with his own clothing, and bid him farewell.
  851. It is said that Nagaragawa ukai has been conducted for around 1,300 years.
  852. It is said that Nagayasu was born in those days.
  853. It is said that Naka was the first person who created the concept of Oriental history.
  854. It is said that Nakahira broke a rule and planned the last scene of "Kuroi Tobakushi Akuma no Hidarite" starring Akira KOBAYASHI as all casts would say hello to the audience in a theater and shot that scene, but the company got mad and cut it.
  855. It is said that Nakahira told Yujiro to act as usual and not to think you are acting in a film ('Legends of Masters, Diary of a Film Reviewer in the Fields' written by Shozo ISHIZAKA, published by Sanichi Shobo).
  856. It is said that Nanpo OTA also wrote some works using several pseudonyms.
  857. It is said that Naomasa was good at arguing, and people even called him "Abura-guchi" (eloquence) behind his back.
  858. It is said that Naosuke II dismissed the very concept of lenient treatment and decided to severely punish any opponents at this time.
  859. It is said that Naosuke II was called a wise ruler of the Hikone Domain, as he reformed domain duties.
  860. It is said that Nara has many historical spots concerning Buddhism and Buddhism temples and tea became popular there because of the relation with Buddhism and, on the other hand, yama-cha (wild tea) was seen in many places in Nara and was used to some extent.
  861. It is said that Narishige studied under his father and Ietsugu KATAOKA, and afterwards under Shigekatsu (Sekka).
  862. It is said that Negoro-ji Temple had burnt for three days and that red shining sky could be seen at Hongan-ji Temple which was located in Kaizuka in those days.
  863. It is said that Nenbutsu-toge was named from the Buddhist invocation (Nenbutsu in Japanese) given to people who were killed around this mountain pass in the Sengoku period (period of Warring States) (Japan), or whose punishments for a crime of riot were witnessed in the Edo period.
  864. It is said that Nenbutsukan in this case is a way to manipulate and calm the mind against hindrances such as sleep and stress.
  865. It is said that Nezumi kozo (a benevolent robber of the later Edo period) wore beautiful kimono with light makeup and even some lipsticks on his lips.
  866. It is said that Nichiren's belief in honbutsu was affected by Chuko Tendai Shiso (literally, thought of half-old Tendai sect doctrine.)
  867. It is said that Nigiri-zushi was invented by Yohe HANAYA of 'Yohe's Sushi,' or by Matsugoro SAKAIYA of 'Matsu no Sushi' (commonly called name; original name of shop was Isago Sushi).
  868. It is said that Ninsei was especially good at managing a potter's wheel.
  869. It is said that Ninsho played a big role in having the Shingon Ritsu sect to draw the line at both Shingon sect and Ristsu sect.
  870. It is said that Niraku (two enjoyments) means "Enjoying mountains, enjoying water" and "Enjoying natural landscapes, enjoying education."
  871. It is said that Nizaemon KATAOKA (the 11th) played the role of Honzo well, and Hakuho MATSUMOTO (the first) and Enjaku Jitsukawa the second played the role of Yuranosuke well.
  872. It is said that Nobumasa who had once served the Takeda family contributed to this reform of the military system.
  873. It is said that Nobunaga ODA engineered the debate to suppress the Nichirenshu sect, which started repeated conflicts with other sects, extending its influence centering around Kyoto in those days, and that Nobunaga supported the Jodoshu sect.
  874. It is said that Nobunaga ODA thought to make him or a son of Yoshiaki become Ashikaga Shogun at one time.
  875. It is said that Nobunaga did this because he remembered how taken Tadaoki had been by the Kuyo (nine-planet crest) motif etched on the hilt of his (Nobunaga's) short sword.
  876. It is said that Nobunaga favored Hidemasa because of his talent and his beauty, therefore Hidemasa was given strong authority until Naritoshi MORI came to be treated preferentially by Nobunaga.
  877. It is said that Nobunaga gave the rules of the governance for the northern province.
  878. It is said that Nobunaga offered him a new territory in Yamato Province if he surrendered, and this was a very preferential offer for Nobunaga who hated betrayal.
  879. It is said that Nobunaga said that 'the second dish was very good,' and hired him as a cook.
  880. It is said that Nobunaga sent reinforcements to Dosan, but that they did not make it in time.
  881. It is said that Nobunaga won at the Battle of Okehazama because of the support of his people.
  882. It is said that Nobushige (Yukimura) SANADA confused his enemies in the battlefield using as many as seven kagemushas.
  883. It is said that Nobushige and the Tokugawa clan were 'inveterate enemies,' but this is an effect of earthen books and novels.
  884. It is said that Nobushige, upon hearing this, rejected it again, saying, 'Do you think I, Nobushige, would not become disloyal for 10,000 koku but would be for a province?'
  885. It is said that Nobutada's birth mother was a member of the Ikoma clan, yet there are many opinions as to whether or not this is true.
  886. It is said that Nobutaka ODA, the third son of Nobunaga, was born in Munenori's residence.
  887. It is said that Nobutaka had a legitimate son, Hansuke Nagatsune (半助長経); however, other than his name, nothing is known about him.
  888. It is said that Nobutora often forgave not only his opponents but also those who even raised a rebellion against him as long as they surrendered.
  889. It is said that Nobutsuna TASHIRO, one of MINAMOTO no Yoritomo's retainers who appeared in the Heike Monogatari, was a grandchild of MINAMOTO no Arihito (see "Genpei Seisuiki").
  890. It is said that Nobuyasu Mariya sheltered Yoshiaki ASHIKAGA, a son of Kogakubo Masauji ASHIKAGA, when he came to Kazusa after being defeated in the strife of succession and got Yoshiaki to call himself "Koyumikubo" while calling himself "Boso kanrei."
  891. It is said that Norinaga MOTOORI's parents prayed to the Komori Myojin and were subsequently blessed.
  892. It is said that O-oku began to dislike the Mito Tokugawa family in the late shogunate period because Anegakoji began to dislike them.
  893. It is said that OKUBO was a very gentle and devoted father to his family.
  894. It is said that OTOMO no Kuronushi, who was one of the Rokkasen (six best Waka poets) like Komachi, plagiarized Komachi's waka poem and introduced the poem in the anthology of waka poems.
  895. It is said that Odamaki Udon, quite popular in Osaka until the Taisho period, was an extremely expensive dish.
  896. It is said that Odori Nenbutsu was invented by Kuya, a Buddhist monk in the middle Heian period.
  897. It is said that Odori Nenbutsu was modeled after Kuya's way of chanting a prayer, who was also called Ichi no Hijiri (Holy man in the city) and was deeply respected by Ippen.
  898. It is said that Oguri was born as a son of FUJIWARA no Kaneie, an aristocrat in Heian-kyo (ancient capital of Japan in present-day Kyoto), and a woman from the Minamoto clan in Hitachi Province and died at the age of 83, but he is sometimes depicted as a personality in the 15th or 16th century.
  899. It is said that Okitsugu was very grateful to Shichimen-daimyojin for this and changed his family crest to the the seven luminaries (with one central circle surrounded by six other circles).
  900. It is said that Omine Okugake originally means that people head for nabiki (ascetic practice spot) beyond Ominesan-ji Temple.
  901. It is said that Omiwa-jinja Shrine (Sakurai City) was located at its head and Nagao-jinja Shrine at its tail.
  902. It is said that Onabe no kata (Lady Onabe), a Nobunaga concubine, presented his belongings and placed his ihai (ancestral tablets).
  903. It is said that Onmyoji (the master of Yin Yang) ABE no Seimei trained himself in the way of Yin and Yang (the occult divination system based on the Taoist theory of the five elements) in this temple, and in 2000 ABE no Seimei Hall was erected.
  904. It is said that Ono surrendered to the enemy with other Shinsengumi members at Benten Daiba, however there is also a different view concerning this.
  905. It is said that Oppo-ji Temple was founded by Gyoki Bosatsu and Baramon Sojo in the year 736 by the order of Emperor Shomu in order to pray for the tranquility of the Hokuriku area.
  906. It is said that Oshikuma Prince killed himself in Seta, when the troops led by TAKEUCHI no Sukune, who was the retainer of Jinko Empress, (the mother of Ojin Emperor) attacked him (Nihonshoki [the chronicles of Japan, Princes OKINAGA Tarashi, Jinko Empress]).
  907. It is said that Otehime and her party built a temporary housing on a flat area in the hillside of the mountain.
  908. It is said that Otsugu was engaged in the whole steps of compilation of especially the latter (aside from the actual writing) and, therefore, this book was a historical book produced by the people who had talents for writing and spirits for criticism and who were gathered under Otsugu.
  909. It is said that Philipp Franz von Siebold, a doctor of the Dutch trading house, brought it to his country.
  910. It is said that Priest Ryokai died when Kunpei was 9 but he continue to study at Enmei-in Temple after that.
  911. It is said that Priest Sengai, who respected this Yakushi Nyorai, moved it to the present place in Fukakusa.
  912. It is said that Prince Ichishino was bold and bighearted and did not care about etiquette and formalities.
  913. It is said that Prince Naka no Oe and Kamako held a secret conversation about the overturn of the Soga clan on their way home and to the MINABUCHI no Shoan's private school where they learned the teachings of Shuko and Confucius.
  914. It is said that Prince Shotoku have remade the gosho (Imperial Palace) of his mother, Anahobe no hashihitohime, into a temple in 621.
  915. It is said that Prince Shotoku himself travelled up and down this highway.
  916. It is said that Prince Shotoku on his sickbed ordered Prince Tamura (later Emperor Jomei) who came to visit him to promote Kumagori-shoja Monastery to a full-scale temple.
  917. It is said that Prince Shotoku opened four nunnery temples including Tachibana-dera Temple and Gyogi also founded nunnery temples.
  918. It is said that Rakuyaki began in the late 16th century when a roof tile artisan Chojiro baked 'Jurakuyaki' by firing the soil used in the construction of Jurakudai villa under the teaching of SEN no Rikyu.
  919. It is said that Ranryo-o was brought into Japan by Buttetsu, a Vietnamese monk.
  920. It is said that Renno, the last wife of Rennyo, the eighth chief priest of Hongan-ji Temple, was his twin sister.
  921. It is said that Rikushusei (406 - 477) in the Song (Southern) Dynasty around the fifth century contributed significantly to the unification of various Dokyo schools that existed at that time in Konan (Jiangnan).
  922. It is said that Rikyu liked this manju very much, and since then this manju was always served at the tea ceremonies held by Rikyu.
  923. It is said that Rikyu took some stone from the emperor's tomb without permission, and used it to make washbowls and garden stones.
  924. It is said that Rinnoji no miya (the leader of the Rinno-ji Temple) found its delicacy and named it as 'fukujinzuke,' then spread into ordinary people.
  925. It is said that Roben came from the Nuribe family originated in Sagami Province.
  926. It is said that Roben was consequently obliged to build a hall to shelter the statue of Nyoirin Kannon which became the inaugural structure of Ishiyama-dera Temple.
  927. It is said that Roji (the adjacent garden) originated from that the townsmen in Kyoto and Sakai elaborated the path to the tea room in the depth of their homestead.
  928. It is said that Ryoma also had a fiance, Sanako CHIBA.
  929. It is said that Ryoma together with his elder sister Otome rowed a boat in the Urado Bay to visit the stepmother Iyo's house located in Tanezaki, where there was a shipyard of the Tosa clan at that time, and listened to novel stories of travelers from Nagasaki and Shimonoseki.
  930. It is said that Ryoo planted five hundreds and eighty cedar seedlings during his ascetic practice period.
  931. It is said that Ryotaku took this as an unforgivable shame.
  932. It is said that Ryuju in India wrote "Daichidoron," a commentary on the Prajnaparamita-sutras during the second to third centuries, and there is a theory assuming that Hannya Shingo was established around this time.
  933. It is said that SAIGO's generosity allowed YAMAMOTO, who was good at militaly administration, to fully demostrate his abilities.
  934. It is said that SUGAWARA no Michizane died and became Tenjin (god of lightening).
  935. It is said that Sadaie wrote Hyakunin Shuka after his another collection 'Hyakunin Isshu.'
  936. It is said that Sadakatsu was asked to be the adviser of the young second Shogun, Hidetada TOKUGAWA by the dying Ieyasu in his last words, and also that the third Shogun Iemitsu TOKUGAWA created the position of Tairo (chief minister) thinking of the presence of Sadakatsu in life.
  937. It is said that Sadamoto FUJII also helped the work.
  938. It is said that Sadanaga died on the battle with Yoshisada NITTA and the son Nagataka OGASAWARA who lived in Kyoto was the master of Kyuba (archery and equestrianism) of Takauji ASHIKAGA, but it is doubtful whether it is historical fact.
  939. It is said that Sadataka who saw what happened gave up on the bakufu's future and then became a kyakusho (guest general) of Shigeuji in stead of accompanying Tsuneyori to return.
  940. It is said that Sadatsuna presented the Seigan-ji Temple a big nationally-rare iron sotoba (a tall, narrow tablet set up behind a grave for the repose of the dead) (possessed by the Segan-ji Temple in Utsunomiya City and designated as national important cultural property) to commemorate the 13th anniversary of his mother's death.
  941. It is said that Sadauji YOKOSE (the ancestor of Narishige YURA), the youngest child of Masayoshi, called himself the Yura clan (Yokose clan) and wielded his influence as a Nitta family (there is another theory that Sadauji was a child of Yoshimune NITTA who was a descendant of Yoshimasa).
  942. It is said that Saga-giku chrysanthemums give a strong image of Kyoto because of their name.
  943. It is said that Saginomori-jinja Shrine was erected during the Jogan era (Japan) (in 859-877).
  944. It is said that Sahimochi means 'wani' (shark) or 'shachi' (killer whale).
  945. It is said that Saicho studied there when he was young.
  946. It is said that Saicho supported Kukai entering Heian-kyo.
  947. It is said that Saigo-satsu bill, issued by Takamori SAIGO during the Seinan War, was the first military currency in Japan.
  948. It is said that Saigu (the ancient imperial princesses serving at the Ise shrine) was institutionalized in the era of the Tenmu dynasty.
  949. It is said that Sakuden came to write "Seisuisho" around 1615 when Shigemune ITAKURA recommended him compiling those stories into a book because Shigemune found Sakuden's stories interesting.
  950. It is said that Sanai Oka also fought face to face with Masamune.
  951. It is said that Sanekata personally learned waka from Kageki.
  952. It is said that Sanesuke was furious because Kinto spoiled the original book, which had belonged to him, a direct descendant of the Ononomiya family, by cutting and pasting it without any permission.
  953. It is said that Sanetomo's head was buried by Kugyo's executioner Tsuneharu TAKE at Gorinto (a gravestone composed of five pieces) in Daiseizan Kongo-Ji Temple (which Sanetomo revived), Hatano City, Kanagawa Prefecture, and the tomb is called Mishirushizuka.
  954. It is said that Sasaki studied at Shintoseibu school and worked as the grand master of swordsmanship at the shogunate military training school.
  955. It is said that Sassa family belonged to Sasaki family of Uda-Genji (Minamoto clan), but this is not clear.
  956. It is said that Sazanami did not mind that very much because he did not intend to marry her, but his friend Koyo got angry, burst into the restaurant, and gave a kick at Suma.
  957. It is said that Segeki of Mokuren originated from 'Urabon-e-kyo Sutra.'
  958. It is said that Seigyoku, the chief priest in those days, happened to meet where a follower cremated Nobunaga's dead body just after the Honnoji Incident and buried the cremains at the temple with the cremains of Nobutada which he attained later.
  959. It is said that Seimei achieved his successes by devoting himself to serving the powerful persons of the hour and, nevertheless, he was full of mystery.
  960. It is said that Seimei wrote the masterpiece of Onmyodo 'Kinugyokutoshu,' but on the other hand, many argue that it was given to him by 伯道上人 who taught Onmyodo to him.
  961. It is said that Shakyamuni touched the earth with finger tips at that time to cause a god of the earth to appear, thereby defeating the devil.
  962. It is said that Shichigo, Katagata County coincides with the place called Shichigo Village and Kurono Village of Motosu County in later times (current Gifu City).
  963. It is said that Shidei created the usage of the word 'Satoyama' in the context familiar to us nowadays.
  964. It is said that Shidosen (money donated to a temple) was usually two mon-ko (two mon of interest per month).
  965. It is said that Shigaji, a real younger brother of Mitsugoro BANDO (the third) was the originator of Shigaji line.
  966. It is said that Shigekatsu was mediocre unsuitable to the Warring States period.
  967. It is said that Shigemori, whose wife was Narichika's younger sister, encouraged Narichika by promising to save his life ("Gukansho").
  968. It is said that Shigetada HATAKEYAMA was the strongest sumo wrestler among his vassals.
  969. It is said that Shinano no Zenji Yukinaga was Shimotsuke no kami (the governor of Shimotsuke Province) FUJIWARA no Yukinaga and also a grandson of FUJIWARA no Akitoki, who was Keishi (household superintendent) serving Kanezane KUJO.
  970. It is said that Shinbutsu studied under Shinran at Inada Soan (now Sainen-ji Temple in Inada, Kasama City, Ibaraki Prefecture) around 1224 and he had Shinran shave his head to become a priest in 1225.
  971. It is said that Shingen TAKEDA, who heard the story, laughed a lot at how ignorant Ujimasa was.
  972. It is said that Shingen actually entered Shiozaki-jo Castle at the southern end of Zenkoji-daira, which was located confronting Saijo-san Mountain across the Chikuma-gawa River.
  973. It is said that Shingen expelled his father and misled his enemies by using tricks (not that Shingen's actions were especially strange considering it was the Sengoku period (warlike period)), but Kenshin was furious as it was contrary to his morals.
  974. It is said that Shingen was successful at winning battles because he was quick to gather information.
  975. It is said that Shingen's entry to Kyoto was deemed difficult due to the long distance from Kai to Kyoto at that time.
  976. It is said that Shingyo (monk), who was considered to have revitalized Kojima-dera Temple, received it in reward for praying for the return of the Emperor Ichijo's health.
  977. It is said that Shino was close to SEN no Shoan, the adopted son of Rikyu.
  978. It is said that Shinra Myojin is a deity who appeared in the boat when Enchin returned to Japan after studying in Tang, and the deity swore to safeguard the 経法 which had passed down to Enchin.
  979. It is said that Shinto priests in Ise-jingu Shrine and Shinryomin of Ise do not eat new grain until the festival ends, but it is not known whether the rule is actually kept.
  980. It is said that Shishi was pregnant and wanted to go back to her parent's home to have the baby, but Kazan forcefully kept her in court, which led to her getting ill and eventually dying.
  981. It is said that Shissai MIWA, a scholar of Mitogaku (the scholarship and academic traditions that arose in the Mito Domain), and Sena, kajin (waka poet), studied waka (Japanese poetry) under Michishige.
  982. It is said that Shitoku MORITA, one of Tosai's pupils, came into possession of a large quantity of popular calligraphy by getting his teacher Tosai drunk and making Tosai write on scrolls adorned with gold thread with a brush.
  983. It is said that Shohei IMAMURA, the host of the funeral, ordered Toshiro ISHIDO to 'keep a close watch because we never know what kind of women come today,' thinking of numerous love affairs Urayama had while alive.
  984. It is said that Shoken was also greatly involved in the dispatch of female study abroad students, such as Umeko TSUDA.
  985. It is said that Shoryo Genshin transferred the Henjo-in Temple of Mt. Miwa to this place and restored it in the Edo period.
  986. It is said that Shugendo was established in the Nara Period.
  987. It is said that Soen and Munetsuna went to Utsunomiya along the Kinugawa River and strengthened the base of the Utsunomiya clan while adding the Haga clan of Maoka City under their umbrella backed by the political base of Hatta.
  988. It is said that Sonkei, his mentor at Mt. Hiei, appreciated Nichiko's broad scholarship and presented him a fragment of Murasaki kesa (purple robe for Buddhist priest), which was in connection with Saicho and was a temple treasure.
  989. It is said that Sotan was sent to Daitoku-ji Temple in order to avoid conflict concerning the succession of the family estate, because his father Shoan was Rikyu's second wife's son by a previous marriage.
  990. It is said that Sowa KANAMORI was particularly fond of this teahouse.
  991. It is said that Suenaga TAKESAKI, a "gokenin" (vassal of the shogun) in Higo Province, ordered to make the picture scrolls to describe his distinguished service in Mongol invasion attempts against Japan in the later Kamakura period.
  992. It is said that Sukemichi SUDO actually had 'Minowa Hall' built in front of Yoshiie's residence at Rokujo in Kyoto.
  993. It is said that Sukemori had no room in his heart around that time.
  994. It is said that Susanoo ordered her, together with Isotakeru and Tsumatsu-hime, to sow the seeds of trees on mountains all over the country, and after that, she went back to Kii Province (present-day Wakayama Prefecture) and lived there.
  995. It is said that Suwon Castle in the Suwon city of South Korea for now aimed at the originality of Yi Dynasty Korea.
  996. It is said that TAO Yuan Ming held a Kin with no strings and fiddled with it when he was drunk, although he could not play it.
  997. It is said that TTR is named by taking initials from Tatsushi, Tetsuya and Revolution.
  998. It is said that Tadakiyo SAKAI was impressed with Tadamasa's judgment--the situation was recorded as follows:
  999. It is said that Tadanori made a die-hard effort to protest as follows:
  1000. It is said that Tadatsune, who did not yield to the conquest of TAIRA no Naokata, simply surrendered when Yorinobu participated because Tadatsune was a kenin (retainer) of Yorinobu ("Konjaku Monogatari (Shu)" (The Tale of Times Now Past)).

198001 ~ 199000

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